Tragic AnniversaryDeadly Car Bombs Rock Iraq on 10th Anniversary of U.S. Invasion (PHOTOS)The Daily Beast03.19.13Tragic AnniversaryDeadly Car Bombs Rock Iraq on 10th Anniversary of U.S. Invasion (PHOTOS)A string of coordinated car bombs tore through Baghdad Tuesday, on the 10th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. See photos of the gruesome aftermath. The Daily Beast03.19.13 6:45 PM ETHadi Mizban/AP A string of car bombs rocked Baghdad, Iraq, on a contentious anniversary Tuesday—10 years to the day after President Bush announced the invasion of Iraq. Authorities estimate more than 50 people were killed in the blasts and hundreds more wounded. From Iraqis assessing the damage to their homes to policemen digging through the rubble, see images from the gruesome scene. Karim Kadim/AP Residents of Sadr City, a Shiite stronghold, evacuate the body of a car bomb victim following Tuesday's attack near a municipal building in Baghdad. Wissm al-Okili/Reuters, via Landov Onlookers gather at the site of mutliple, coordinated car bomb attacks carried out on the 10th anniversary of the start of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Iraqi firefighters douse the site of the blast in Sadr City near the gates of the heavily fortified Green Zone, which houses major government offices and the embassies of several countries. The attacks prove how unstable Iraq remains. Thaier Al-Sudani/Reuters, via Landov Iraqi residents examine the damage inflicted to their homes by the car bomb blasts. More than 200 people were reported injured. Qahtan al-Sudani/Reuters,via Landov Policemen in Sadr City search for bodies in the remains of a car bomb. The bombs were detonated in civilian-heavy areas such as restaurants, shops, and bus stops. Mohammed Ameen/Reuters, via Landov Two Iraqis survey the damage to their home. The Iraqi goverment said several other attempts were prevented in previous weeks. Mohammed Ameen/Reuters, via Landov Residents gather at the site of the car bomb blast in the Al-Mashtal district. In the aftermath of the attacks, Iraq's Cabinet has officially postponed the upcoming provincial elections.