A car bomb in the Mansour district of Baghdad kills at least 30 Iraqis celebrating their team's victory in an Asian Cup match against South Korea. Another suicide attack in East Baghdad kills another 20.
A series of car bombings around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, kills at least 38 people. 2013-10-27 (Context: Baghdad, Iraq, car bomb)
A car bomb explodes in the southern Iraqi city of Hilla, killing at least 21 police officers and injuring 65; in northern Iraq and in Baghdad, four people are killed in other attacks. 2011-05-5 (Context: Baghdad, Iraq, car bomb)
A car bomb in Baghdad, Iraq, kills at least 16 people in a cafe with young men watching a football match. 2011-05-3 (Context: Baghdad, Iraq, car bomb)
Car bombs injure at least 37 people in the Iraqi cities of Baghdad and Kirkuk. 2010-11-6 (Context: Baghdad, Iraq, car bomb)
At least 26 people are killed and 53 other are injured during two car bombings in central Baghdad, Iraq. 2010-06-20 (Context: Baghdad, Iraq, car bomb)
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