Iraq car bombs kill 14: officials

A fire engine arrives at the scene following twin car bombs in the Karrada area of the capital BaghdadTwin car bombs in Baghdad killed 12 people and wounded at least 47 others on Tuesday, while another attack west of the capital killed two and wounded three, security and medical officials said.


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