More than 83 people were killed and 93 wounded on Thursday in coordinated attacks of a car bomb and a gunfire near the city of Nasriyah in Iraq’s southern province of Dhi Qar, a provincial medical source said.
“The final casualties from the car bombing and gunfire attacks in Fadak area Dhi Qar province rose to 83 killed and 93 wounded, and many of them are in critical conditions,” Jasim al-Khaledi, head of the provincial health department reported.
Many Iranian people were among the killed and wounded, Khaledi said.
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