SHAFAQNA– Four Iraqi civilian was wounded in bomb blast in tow region of Baghdad.
A car bomb attack rocked the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Sunday, leaving four civilians wounded, according to a security source.
Speaking to the privately-owned Baghdad Today website, the source said that an explosive charge hidden inside a car went off in al-Rashid district in southern Baghdad.
“The blast left four people injured,” the source said, adding that the wounded were moved to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Also on Sunday, A sticky bomb attached into a private car went off in Abu Gharib district in Baghdad leaving a civilian wounded,” the source told Iraqi website Alghad Press.
“A security force sealed off the blast site and carried the injured into a nearby hospital for treatment,” added the source.
A report by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) said that a total of 75 Iraqi civilians were killed and another 179 injured in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in Iraq in September, Iraqi News reported.