A member of the Iraqi security forces stands outise a burnt house during fighting with anti-government fighters on May 21, 2014 in the city of Ramadi, west of the capital Baghdad in the Anbar province. (AFP PHOTO / AZHAR SHALLAL)
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Thirty-two people were killed in three attacks on Shiite Muslim pilgrims walking in Baghdad on Thursday evening ahead of a major religious holiday, police and medical sources said.The deadliest was in eastern Baghdad, near Tayaran Square, where a minibus approached a crowd of pilgrims and exploded, killing 14 people and wounding 17 others, according to police and medical sources.Across Baghdad, in the western neighbourhood of Mansour, a parked car exploded, killing six people and wounding 38 .At least 10 more people died in Iraq on Thursday as gunmen and bombers attacked mostly police and military.
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