At least 22 people were killed when six car bombs exploded in Shiite districts in Baghdad Wednesday, according to Iraqi police. Six bombs exploded in heavily-trafficked market districts in Iraq's capital. One of the explosions killed three locals, another killed six and a third killed 11. The bombs went off within fifteen minutes of one another. At least 39 people were injured in the attacks, police said.
The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) sees Iraq's majority Shiites as apostates who deserve to be killed.
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— with Reuters