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BAGHDAD — Two car bombs blew up in a Baghdad suburb, the deadlier of two attacks Monday that left at least 10 dead in the Iraqi capital.
The two parked cars exploded simultaneously in a street in Husseinya, killing five civilians and a police officer at a nearby checkpoint, two police officers said. Twenty-one other people including 17 civilians were wounded, the officers added.
Hussainya is about 15 miles outside central Baghdad.
Inside Baghdad, a bomb went off outside a restaurant at lunchtime in the southern Dora neighborhood, two other police officers said. Four customers at the restaurant were killed and 11 people wounded, they added.