Bombs across Iraq kill at least 42 people: police and medics
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Car and roadside bombs killed at least 42 people across Iraq on Sunday, police and medical sources said.
The single deadliest attack took place in central Baquba, 65 km (40 miles) northeast of Baghdad, when a car bomb blew up near a housing complex killing 11 people, police said.
(Reporting by Baghdad newsroom; Writing by Suadad al-Salhy; Editing by Louise Ireland)
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