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Bombs Kill More Than 30 In Baghdad

Iraqi security officers guard at the scene of a roadside bombing (file photo) (epa) June 8, 2006 -- Bombs killed at least 31 people in Baghdad today.

A roadside bomb in a crowded market in eastern Baghdad killed 13 people and wounded 28.

One car bomb exploded in the northwestern Shi'ite district of Al-Kadhimiyah, killing seven people and wounding 17.

A second car bomb in the east of the capital killed six people and wounded 13.

A third car bomb killed five people a wounded 10 in the mostly Shi'ite district of Sha'ab.

(compiled from agency reports)

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