Baghdad Bombs Wound 15
VOA News 27 May 2010
Iraqi officials say bombs in Baghdad have wounded 15 people.
Authorities say a roadside bomb in central Baghdad's Allawi district wounded six. Another roadside bomb wounded four people in the Iraqi capital's western Iskan district.
Officials say a third bomb wounded three people in the southwestern Jihad district, and a fourth in western Baghdad's Harithiya district wounded two.
The violence comes just two days after Iraqi police said masked gunmen killed 14 people during a brazen daytime robbery at jewelry stores in the capital.
Some information for this report was provided by Reuters.
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