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Topic - Husayn Ibn Ali
A double car bombing and a shooting killed 34 Shiite Muslims on pilgrimage in Iraq on Monday, the deadliest in a wave of attacks across the country that left at least 65 dead. It was the bloodiest day of violence in nearly two months.
Insurgents launched a wave of attacks across Iraq on Monday, primarily targeting Shiite communities and pilgrims and killing at least 23 people, officials said.
Back-to-back explosions tore through tents housing Shiite pilgrims in southern Iraq on Thursday, the deadliest in a wave of bombings that killed at least 43 people nationwide, officials said.
Back-to-back explosions tore through tents housing Shiite pilgrims in southern Iraq Thursday in the deadliest of a wave of bombings that killed at least 43 people nationwide, officials said.
"I rushed to the blast site, and I saw burning cars and pieces of flesh everywhere," said Mr. Hussein, who owns a grocery store.
"There were small blood pools all around the place," he added, blaming security forces, who "should do better in order to protect the innocent people."