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Four people were killed and 14 others injured when a car bomb exploded in the Baghdad suburb of Karrada. It is one of a wave ...
of deadly blasts across Iraq Wednesday. (Jan. 15)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYBaghdad - January 15, 20141. Mid people looking at damaged cars in Baghdad's Karrada neighborhood2. Mid piles of twisted metal3. Various of damaged vehicle4. Various of cleaners sweeping up debris5. Tight pile of twisted metal6. Various cleaners scooping debris into wheelbarrows7. Wide vehicle passing by8. Wide man at scene with cleaners sweeping in background9. Wide blast siteSTORYLINE:A car bomb in a commercial area of the Baghdad suburb of Karrada killed four civilians and wounded 14, police said on Wednesday.It was part of a day of bombings across Iraq, striking busy markets and a funeral and killing at least 41 people.There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attacks.Insurgent groups, mainly al-Qaida's local branch and other Sunni militants, frequently target civilians in cafes and public areas, as well as Shiites and members of Iraqi security forces in an attempt to undermine confidence in the Shiite-led government and stir sectarian tensions.Violence has escalated hugely in Iraq over the past year.At least 285 people have died in violence across the country so far this month, according to an Associated Press count.