A car-bomb explosion left two people killed and 25 wounded on Friday in al-Anbar province of western Iraq.
Iran Press/ Middle East: At least two people were killed and another 25 injured by a car-bomb attack that shook Iraq’s western al-Anbar province on Friday, according to local police sources.
According to the Turkish daily newspaper Yenisafak, Anbar Police Captain Ahmed al-Duleimi told Anadolu Agency that the bomb had gone off near a public market in al-Anbar’s city of Al-Qaim near the Syrian border.
At least five Iraqi security personnel were among the injured, he added.
No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack, but the Iraqi authorities typically blame such acts of violence on the Daesh terrorist group. 203/ 211 /103.
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