The southern Iraqi city of Samawa. Wikimedia Commons / User: Hayderaziz at English Wikipedia
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Twin bombings claimed by ISIS in the southern Iraqi city of Samawa Sunday killed at least 33 people and wounded more than 50, security and medical officials said.An officer in Muthanna Operations Command confirmed the toll.They said at least 50 people were also wounded in the blasts in Samawa, 230 km (145 miles) south of Baghdad. A car bomb just outside Baghdad Saturday killed at least 23 people, according to security and medical sources.That attack targeted Shiite faithful walking to the northern Baghdad shrine of Imam Musa Kadhim, the seventh of 12 imams revered in Shiite Islam.
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