Aug 13, 2015

Iraq Officials: Huge Truck Bomb in Baghdad Market Kills 54 - ABC News

Iraqi police officials say a massive truck bomb has ripped through a popular Baghdad food market in the early morning hours, killing at least 54 people. The two police officials say the truck detonated in the Jameela market in Baghdad's crowded Sadr City neighborhood shortly after dawn on...

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