Bomb attacks kill six in Baghdad Saturday
Bombings and shootings in Iraq's capital left six dead Saturday, according to the Associated Press.
A bomb explosion outside a market in the southeast suburbs of Baghdad killed three and wounded 11.
Two more people were killed from another bomb that detonated inside a restaurant in Baghdad's northeastern suburb of Husseiniyah. Eleven others were also wounded.
In a third attack, a gunmen killed a grocery store owner in the Hurriyah neighborhood of the capital.
According to AP's statistics, at least 190 people have been killed in Iraq since the beginning of December as sectarian tensions and chaos escalates across the country.
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