28 September 2008 Baghdad bombings

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28 September 2008 Baghdad bombings
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Location Baghdad, Iraq
Date 28 September 2008 (UTC+3)
Target Civilian population
Attack type
bombing, car bombings
Deaths 32
Non-fatal injuries
100
Perpetrators unknown

The 28 September 2008 Baghdad bombings were a series of bombings that occurred on 28 September 2008, killing a total of 32 and injuring 100. The first car bomb of the day was planted in a minibus and was detonated late in the afternoon in the Shurta neighbourhood of south Baghdad, killing 12. Shortly after, a car bomb detonated in a parking lot of a market in the nearby Hay al-Amil district killing one. Later in the evening, a third car bomb and a roadside bomb was detonated in the Karrada district killing 19 people dead and injuring 70.

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