Twin car bombs kill at least 10 in Baghdad
An Iraqi man stands near debris in the aftermath of an explosion in the Ur district in eastern Baghdad, on February 18, 2014. Attacks in Iraq, including a series of car bombs in Baghdad, killed at least 23 people yesterday. (AFP)
Two car bombs that went off in Iraqi capital Baghdad on Tuesday morning killed at least 10 people, officials reported.
A police officer speaking to The Associated Press said that seven commuters were killed and 18 injured after a parked car rigged with explosives went off in a busy bus station in Baghdad's southwestern neighborhood of Bayaa.
Three people were killed and 12 wounded when another car bomb was detonated in a popular commercial area in the nearby Alam neighborhood, AP reported.
A medical official from Baghdad confirmed the casualy figures, according to AP.
Tuesday's attacks come one day after at least 23 were killed when a wave of bombs struck the capital.