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Absolutely tragic. Over 160 people killed during their celebration and observance of Ramadan:

An ISIS suicide attack that took place on Sunday in Iraq is one of the deadliest bombings since the beginning of the Iraq War in 2003. The death toll has climbed to more than 160 people.

The bloodshed occurred in a mostly Shiite district in Baghdad, on the heels of ISIS-inspired attacks in Turkey and Bangladesh last week, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan — a time in which ISIS has urged its followers to bring pain to “infidels everywhere.”

At least 165 have been killed, and well over one hundred wounded in the attack, which targeted the Karada district that typically bustles with activity during Iftar, an evening meal when many break their Ramadan fast.


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