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A wave of deadly bombings rocking Baghdad.
This during the same week that US troops to part of that country.
The latest word at least sixty dead and what appears to be a lasting in a well coordinated attack Amy Kellogg has been watching all this out of London who was the target this time -- Well and a 160 wounded bill those numbers are quite -- these attacks happened.
Mostly in Shiite neighborhoods but also in some Sunni neighborhoods.
Regular people were the targets of these attacks one was a suicide car bomb with an ambulance -- with explosives that blew out.
Look right outside -- a hospital.
Another bomb targeted workers who were lined up.
Waiting for jobs and then another attack happened outside.
An anti corruption office now these attacks apparently coordinated -- all the hallmarks of al-Qaeda attacks.
-- -- saying this is the worst violence in Baghdad in the year and again as you mentioned they'll just five days after those US forces finally.
Pulled out of Iraq remarkable to watch why they happening now is there -- reason what are you hearing.
While many are saying that it's absolutely no coincidence that these happens so shortly after the withdrawal of US troops which of course.
Had been known about for a long time but there is also.
The other nightmare scenario many are feeling which is that the Sunni Shiite violence.
May just be exploding again out into the opinion the power sharing that.
Is taking place in Iraq is extremely fragile.
And just yesterday.
The prime minister nori -- -- he put out an arrest warrant for his Sunni vice president accusing him of being behind.
Carrying out terrorist attacks -- planning them so clearly.
There and -- -- Shiite clearly.
The Sunni Shiite problem is on many people's minds and they think that there may be some connection after all -- this that futurists -- insure.
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