Terrorism

Baghdad Bombings Kill 32

Six car bombs struck markets, a police convoy, and a group of Shiite workers today across Baghdad, killing 32 and wounding more than 120. The Washington Post writes, “The breadth and coordination of Monday's attacks, from one end of the capital to the other, were reminiscent of the violence from Baghdad's bloodiest days in 2006 and 2007.” None of the attacks appear to have been carried out by suicide bombers, but were instead detonated remotely.