An Iraqi Army soldier stands next to wreckage from a car bomb. Rapid-fire bombings and mortar struck in mostly Shiite neighborhoods of Baghdad.
An Iraqi Army soldier stands next to wreckage from a car bomb. Rapid-fire bombings and mortar struck in mostly Shiite neighborhoods of Baghdad. Karim Kadim / AP
An Iraqi Army soldier stands next to wreckage from a car bomb. Rapid-fire bombings and mortar struck in mostly Shiite neighborhoods of Baghdad. Karim Kadim / AP

Scores killed as series of bombs rock a dazed Baghdad

November 02, 2010 03:25 PM

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