Aug 10, 2015

Iraq officials: Bombs in Diyala province kill over 40 people

BAGHDAD (AP) — Two bombs striking neighborhoods in Iraq's eastern Diyala province killed at least 42 people Monday night, officials said, less than a month after the region was the scene of one of the deadliest attacks to hit the country in recent years. The deadlier of Monday's two attacks happened near the provincial capital, Baquba, located 35 miles (60 kilometers) northeast of Baghdad. Police...

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