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Aftermath of triple Baghdad bombs

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At least 28 people have been killed in three bombings that occurred just moments apart in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

The blasts took place during the morning rush hour in the mainly-Sunni district of Adhamiya. The first blasts were car bombs and then a suicide bomber detonated the third blast in a crowd that had gathered to help, police say.

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