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5 civilians killed, 32 injured in recent Iraq violence

From Mohammed Tawfeeq, CNN
  • Three attacks involve bombs inside or attached to cars
  • Four die and 29 are injured from a car bomb at a Baquba outdoor market

Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- A series of attacks in less than a day has killed five civilians and injured dozens more in Iraq, police told CNN.

On Tuesday morning, a bomb attached to a civilian car in the al-Qadisiya neighborhood of western Baghdad exploded and killed the driver, Baghdad police said.

In a separate incident Tuesday morning, a bomb attached to a civilian car exploded in al-Liqa Square in western Baghdad and wounded three civilians, Baghdad police said.

And on Monday evening, four civilians were killed and 29 were wounded when a bomb in a parked car exploded Monday at an outdoor market in central Baquba, Iraq, about 35 miles (roughly 60 kilometers) north of Baghdad, police in Baquba said.