A look at targets of Tuesday’s Baghdad attacks

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A look at the mostly Shiite Baghdad neighborhoods targeted Tuesday night in a series of bombings and mortar strikes that took place over the span of about an hour:

—Sadr City: 21 killed, 46 wounded by car bomb near a market in eastern Baghdad Shiite neighborhood.

—Al-Shaab: 4 killed, 15 wounded by car bomb near a popular cafe in mostly Shiite area in northeast Baghdad.

—Amin: 6 killed, 21 wounded when a motorcycle exploded in Shiite neighborhood in east Baghdad.

—Ur: 3 killed, 12 wounded in roadside bombing in northeast Shiite area.

—Kazimiyah: 4 killed, 9 wounded in roadside bomb in Shiite north Baghdad suburb.

—Husseiniyah: 7 killed, 22 wounded by car bomb at a popular market in north Baghdad suburb that is predominantly Shiite.

—Jihad: 3 killed, 12 wounded by bomb that hit a police patrol in southwest Baghdad area that has distinct Sunni-Shiite sections. Among the casualties, a policeman was killed and three other police were wounded.

—Amil: 1 killed, 2 wounded in roadside bombing in southwest Baghdad Shiite neighborhood.

—Shiite suburb of Azamiyah: 5 killed, 17 wounded by three mortar rounds that landed near the Shiite al-Jawadiya mosque.

—Rahmaniyah: 8 killed, 21 wounded in western Baghdad car bombing in Shiite neighborhood.

—Shiite enclave of Dora: 5 killed, 18 injured by car bomb that blew up in the main street of area in southern Baghdad.

—Ghazaliyah: 2 killed, 14 wounded by two mortar rounds that hit Sunni neighborhood in northwest Baghdad.

—Shula: 7 killed, 23 wounded by car bomb outside a restaurant in Shiite neighborhood in northwest Baghdad.


Sources: All casualties were reported by Iraqi security officials and confirmed by hospital workers who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.