Roadside Bomb Kills At Least 20 In Baghdad | NBC News

A roadside bomb tore through a busy market in Baghdad’s Sadr City neighborhood, killing at least 20 people. The market was full of shoppers preparing to celebrate the Muslim holiday Eid al Adha. It is the third time the neighborhood has been targeted by bombing this year.
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11 thoughts on “Roadside Bomb Kills At Least 20 In Baghdad | NBC News

  1. There were approx. 200 innocent people shot dead by American gunmen this weekend( including a six year old girl) and 500 injured. Treating gun injuries in America’s hospitals costs $1 billions a year. America is much more violent and deadly than Afghanistan or any other Country. Tomorrow another 100 will die by gunfire. Where’s the law and order? The call for a cease-fire? The sanctions on these human rights abuses?

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