Death toll from Iraq twin blasts rises to 30

The death toll from two bombings in the southern Iraqi town of Samawa has risen to 30, a local official says.

Fifty-five people have been injured, says Sami al-Hassani, the deputy governor of Muthanna province of which Samawa is the capital city. 

Last update: Sun, 01/05/2016 - 15:47
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