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Updated: August 10, 2010 20:40 IST

Bombings kill three, injure 11 in Baghdad

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A woman grieves for a relative killed by one of the explosions that tore through a market in Basra, Iraq's second-largest city, 550 km. southeast of Baghdad, on Sunday. Photo: AP.
A woman grieves for a relative killed by one of the explosions that tore through a market in Basra, Iraq's second-largest city, 550 km. southeast of Baghdad, on Sunday. Photo: AP.

Iraqi officials say a series of explosions has killed three people and wounded 11 others, including a policeman, in south-western Baghdad.

Police and hospital officials said first two bombs exploded in a main street of the Baghdad neighbourhood of Baiyaa on Tuesday.

When a police patrol arrived minutes later, a third bomb exploded, causing all the casualties. A policeman was among the dead.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.

Violence has dramatically dropped in Iraq since 2008, but insurgent attacks remain a daily occurrence, especially in the capital.

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