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Topic - Mustafa Mohammed
"We first heard a thunderous explosion and then saw a ball of fire," said Mustafa Mohammed, 42, an employee at the nearby Ministry of Oil who was with other employees in a bus when the bomb went off.
"The car pulled over, and we left it immediately to see all the area engulfed with smoke, and the bodies of the injured or killed people were lying on the ground," Mr. Mohammed said.