Iraqi civilians inspect the aftermath and remove debris in the site of a car bombing at an industrial area in Baghdad's eastern Ur neighborhood, Iraq, Sunday, June 8, 2014.(AP Photo/Karim Kadim)
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At least 18 people were killed in two blasts at the headquarters of a Kurdish political party in Iraq's ethnically mixed province of Diyala Sunday, local officials and medics said.ISIS gave a slightly different version of the attack, which it said had been carried out by two suicide bombers, the first of whom drove a car packed with explosives into the PUK's compound and blew himself and the vehicle up.In April, a suicide bomber struck a Kurdish political rally in the town of Khaniqin, also in Diyala, killing 30 people.
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