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    35 killed in twin car bomb attacks in Baghdad

    The explosions set ablaze a number of cars parked at the parking lot and outside the mall

    Baku. 10 September. REPORT.AZ/ Nearly three dozen people have been killed and tens of others injured in two car bomb attacks that struck a busy mall in the violence-plagued Iraqi capital city of Baghdad.

    Report informs citing the Press TV security official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said just before Friday midnight a car rigged with explosives was detonated at the car park of al-Nakheel Mall in Palestine Street in eastern Baghdad. An assailant blew up his explosive-laden car at the busy street outside the mall building shortly afterwards.

    The explosions set ablaze a number of cars parked at the parking lot and outside the mall, and damaged many others.

    ISIS took responsibility for the attack.

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