Thursday, September 17, in Baghdad, two bombs exploded. Two suicide bombers blew themselves up in business districts of the Iraqi capital.
As a result, 28 people were killed and 121 were injured, reports Al-Sumaria. Explosions produced, a lone wolf terrorist with belts of shahids, moving on foot, said police.
One suicide bomber exploded in the area of Bab al-Sharjah. A second explosion occurred on the area of al-Wathba, said Al-Arabiya.
Data about victims and victims confirmed two representatives of the health service. All officials spoke to the press on condition of anonymity because they are not allowed to give comments to the media.
In the first hours after the explosions no group has claimed responsibility for the attacks. With this much points to the involvement of the “Islamic state” terrorist group banned in Russia.