27 January 2012 Baghdad bombing
|27 January 2012 Baghdad bombings|
|Part of Iraqi insurgency (post U.S. withdrawal)|
|Date||27 January 2012 (UTC+3)|
|Islamic state of Iraq|
At least 32 people were killed and 71 wounded in the 27 January 2012 Baghdad bombing. A suicide bomber targeting Shias detonated his vehicle at a funeral tent in Zaafaraniyah district in the south of Baghdad. The procession was being held for a local estate broker who had been murdered by unidentified gunmen the previous day.
- "Factobox – Security developments in Iraq, January 28". Reuters. Thomson Reuters Foundation. 28 January 2012. Retrieved 22 April 2012.
- "Suicide Car Bombing Kills 26 in Baghdad". Retrieved 27 January 2012.[dead link]
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