Twin Bombs Kill 28 in Iraq
Al-Qaeda suspected in attack on once-insurgent neighborhood
By Jess Kilby,  Newser User
Posted Nov 10, 2008 3:04 AM CST
An injured man is transported to a hospital in Baghdad today after 28 people were killed and 68 wounded in twin bombings.   (AP Photo/Adil al-Khazali)
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(Newser) – At least 28 people are dead and another 68 injured after two bombs exploded in quick succession in Baghdad this morning in the same spot, CNN reports. The first bomb detonated in a parked car just outside a marketplace, and a suicide bomber set off the second blast amid the crowd of onlookers who gathered to watch the scene. Al-Qaeda is suspected to be behind the attack, the deadliest in the city in four months.