An Iraqi woman crosses a crowded street in downtown Baghdad on February 25, 2014. AFP PHOTO/ALI AL-SAADI
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At least 42 people were killed Wednesday as a motorcycle rigged with explosives detonated in Baghdad's Sadr City and militants targeted mostly Shi'ite neighbourhoods around the country.In other violence Thursday, four people died from bombs on two different mini-buses in Shi'ite sections of Baghdad.A militant smashed his explosives-packed vehicle into a checkpoint, killing three soldiers and wounding six others in Mushaada, a Sunni district, in northern Baghdad, police said. To the north in Tuz Khurmatu, a bomb in an outdoor marketplace frequented by Shi'ite Turkmen killed two people and wounded 11 others.
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