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CAIRO, 10 June (Itar-Tass) - A series of attacks that took place in Iraq today killed 21 people. According to local press a mine-studded car exploded on a fish market in Taji 25 kilometres north from Baghdad killing eight locals and injuring over 20 people.
Previously three bomb-studded cars exploded almost simultaneously in a Shi'ite Muslim town of Jadidat al-Shatt leaving 13 people dead and over 50 wounded.
Iraq, which is lately going through a grave political crisis, in recent months shows an eruption of inter-confessional violence that might develop in a civil war. According to UNO, only in May terrorist attacks and bombs killed more than a thousand citizens.