World Bulletin / News Desk
Car bombs and a suicide blast hit Shi'ite districts of Baghdad and south of Iraq's capital on Tuesday, killing at least 50 people on the 10th anniversary of the invasion.
Tuesday's car bombs exploded near a busy Baghdad market, close to the heavily fortified Green Zone and in other districts across the capital.
A suicide bomber driving a truck attacked a police base in a Shi'ite town just south of the capital, police and hospital sources said.
"I was driving my taxi and suddenly I felt my car rocked. Smoke was all around. I saw two bodies on the ground. People were running and shouting everywhere," said Al Radi, a taxi driver caught in one of the blasts in Baghdad's Sadr City.
Another 160 people were wounded in the attacks, hospital officials said.
No group claimed responsibility for Tuesday's blasts.Last Mod: 19 Mart 2013, 11:44