58 killed and over 100 injured in Baghdad blasts; Seven dead in blasts in Anbar province
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  • Series of bombings in Baghdad killed at least 58 people and wounded more than 100. Most of the bombings were near Shia mosques during Friday prayers. At least two bombs went off near the offices of radical Shia cleric Moqtada-al-Sadr.

    Seven people also died on April 23 in a series of bombings in Khalidya in Anbar province. The targets were homes of police officers and a judge. Anbar province was the centre of Sunni insurgency a few years ago.1