Debris lays strewn at the site of a bomb attack inside a Shi'ite mosque in Baghdad May 27, 2014. The attack by a suicide bomber killed 19 people and wounded 36, police sources said. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
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Attacks across Iraq killed 38 people Wednesday, the latest in a monthslong surge in violence that has left more than 4,000 people dead this year.Three other car bombs went off in the Amin, Sadr City and Jihad districts, killing eight more people.Previously, such attacks had typically been timed to go off during morning rush hour.In north Iraq, a series of 11 bombings in the ethnically mixed town of Tuz Khurmatu killed five people, four of them members of the same family, and wounded 11 .
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