World Bulletin / News Desk
At least 52 people were killed and more than 50 others injured on Thursday when a massive car bomb went off in western Baghdad, according to an Iraqi federal police officer.
The attack targeted a car dealership in Baghdad’s western Al-Bayaa neighborhood, Police Lieutenant Yasser Basem told Anadolu Agency.
The bombing comes one day after a similar car-bomb attack in Baghdad’s eastern Sadr City suburb -- which also targeted a car dealership -- that left 12 people dead.
While no group has claimed responsibility for Thursday’s deadly bombing, the Iraqi authorities typically blame the ISIL terrorist group for such attacks.
Following deadly shootout last week, Israel placed metal detectors at entrance to mosque compound, outraging Palestinians
"Secretary Mattis has informed congressional defense committees that he was not able to certify that Pakistan has taken sufficient actions against the Haqqani network to permit full reimbursement of Fiscal Year 2016 Coalition Support Funds," Pentagon spokesman Adam Stump said.
The inflation rate slowed from the 1.3 percent seen in May, and 1.6 percent in April, the Statistics Canada data showed.
Replaces earlier story 'Israeli police restrict entry of Muslims to Al-Aqsa'
The talks -- the first since Emmanuel Macron took office in France -- come after the latest uptick in violence in the east of Ukraine.
‘We are encouraging both sides to not take any actions that would potentially escalate tensions, spokeswoman says
Program approved despite concerns country’s debt unstainable, will need relief from European creditors
Johnson, a leading campaigner for Britain to quit the European Union, also pledged London will "build a fantastic relationship with our friends and partners in the EU" after talks with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida in Tokyo.
Senate approval required for John Bass’ reassignment
1,617 suspected cases reported in ongoing epidemic in northcentral Kwara state
The 14 suspects, who risk lengthy jail terms, include pro-Russian opposition leaders Andrija Mandic and Milan Knezevic as well as two Russian nationals who will be tried in absentia.
South African Muslim leaders and civil rights groups condemn closure of Al-Aqsa Mosque
56-year-old Turkish national arrested over suspected financing of terror group
At the end of a 10-day mission to Mozambique, IMF officials expressed dissatisfaction with continuing uncertainty about debts built up by state-owned companies from loans by foreign banks including Credit Suisse.