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BAGHDAD: Iraqi officials say five people were killed and 13 wounded in three simultaneous explosions across Baghdad. Officials say the explosions occurred around 8 p.m. (1 a.m in Manila, Wednesday) Tuesday evening. At least three people were killed and five wounded in an explosion in the southwestern Baiyaa neighborhood; two were killed and four wounded in the northeastern Shaab City; and four were wounded in Baladiyat in the southeast.

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