The Islamic state group has claimed responsibility for two car bomb attacks which killed more than a dozen people in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad Tuesday. The first explosion took place at an ice cream shop just as people broke their Ramadan fast.
The attacks happened in the early hours of Tuesday morning, with the first bomb going off just after midnight at an ice cream shop in the commercial Karrada district of Baghdad. Reports of the death tolls vary between 13 and 15, with at least 30 people wounded.
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