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Five car bombs kill dozens in Iraq

MORE than 30 people were killed and 100 injured after a series of car bombs exploded in Iraq on Sunday.

In a Sunni town Raji, north of Baghdad, BBC reported four car bombs exploded within minutes of each other, while a fifth bomb was exploded in southern town Madain.

Reports from BBC and local news agencies revealed some 100 people were injured and 32 killed around the country during the blasts.

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