Motorcycle bomb kills four in Iraq, official blames Islamic State | Malay Mail

Motorcycle bomb kills four in Iraq, official blames Islamic State | Malay Mail

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7/12/2021 3:26:00 PM

Motorcycle bomb kills four in Iraq, official blames Islamic State | Malay Mail

BASRA , Iraq, Dec 7 — A bomb killed four people and wounded four more in the southern Iraqi city of Basra today, the military said, and a senior official said Islamic State was suspected of carrying out the attack. The blast near a major hospital in the predominantly Shi’ite Muslim city was...

channel for the latest updates.BASRA, Iraq, Dec 7 — A bomb killed four people and wounded four more in the southern Iraqi city of Basra today, the military said, and a senior official said Islamic State was suspected of carrying out the attack.The blast near a major hospital in the predominantly Shi’ite Muslim city was caused by a motorbike rigged with explosives, the military said in a statement, citing preliminary information.

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There was no immediate claim of responsibility.“The blast carries fingerprints of Daesh (Islamic State),” Basra Governor Asaad al-Edani told reporters.Policemen were collecting body parts from a minibus that was badly damaged by the blast, a Reuters witness said. The street was covered with broken glass and blood.

Bomb attacks in southern Iraq, where the bulk of the country’s oil is produced, are relatively rare.Police and hospital sources earlier told Reuters that 20 people had been wounded, in addition to the four fatalities.Helped by a US-led coalition and Iran-backed forces, Iraq declared victory over Islamic State in December 2017, after driving it from swathes of territory where it had declared a self-styled Islamic Caliphate. headtopics.com

But the group continues to carry out sporadic attacks, particularly in the north, where Islamic State briefly seized a village on Sunday before being driven out. — Reuters

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