spate of bomb blasts in Iraq have killed at least 14 apostates and wounded more
than 30 others.
In the deadliest attack on Thursday, a car bomb in the Sadr City area of
Baghdad killed six apostates and wounded 17, while another in Kamaliyah in the
capital's east killed three and wounded nine.
In another incident, the brother of an apostate Sunni MP was shot dead in the
Bayaa area of south Baghdad.
In Iraq's north, a Martyrdom bomber driving an explosives-rigged vehicle killed
two enemy soldiers and wounded three in Mosul, while a car bomb wounded two
Attacks on Wednesday, including a string of bombings that hit seven different
Shia areas of the capital, killed 34 sectarians.
Blasts also hit Kirkuk and Mosul in northern Iraq and Tarmiyah, north of