A series of bombings in Shiite-majority areas of Iraq killed at least 30 people on Sunday. A blast in Najaf struck a produce market. Haider Alaa/Reuters
String of Car Bombs Kill Dozens in Iraq -- New York Times
BAGHDAD — A string of bombing and a shooting killed at least 30 and wounded scores across Iraq on Sunday, extending a wave of violence that is raising fears of a return to widespread killing a decade after the American-led invasion.
Violence has spiked in Iraq in recent months, with the death toll rising to levels not seen since 2008. Nearly 2,000 have been killed since the start of April.
There was no claim of responsibility, but the attacks bore the hallmark of Al Qaeda in Iraq, which uses car bombs, suicide bombers and coordinated attacks to target security forces, members of Iraq’s Shiite majority, and others.
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