Blasts across Baghdad kill 6
No immediate claim of responsibility for attacks in Shiite-majority districts
Blasts in several Shiite-majority districts in the Iraqi capital late Sunday killed six people, most of them civilians, and wounded several others, police and medical sources reported.
In northern Baghdad’s Aden roundabout area, two civilians were killed and another six wounded by an explosion near a bus stop, sources told AFP.
A bomb in the nearby Tarmiyah neighborhood targeted a military convoy, killing a soldier and wounding two others.
A government employee was killed in the southwestern area of Al-Saha when explosives attached under his car were detonated, according to a police officer and medical source.
In the eastern district of Sadr City, a conservative Shiite neighborhood, two people were killed and four wounded in two explosions.
And two other bombs went off on buses in other parts of Baghdad’s northeast, wounding seven.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for any of the explosions.
– With reporting from Agence France-Presse