(BAGHDAD) -- Another day, another series of deadly bomb attacks in Iraq. Police in Baghdad tell ABC News at least 23 people were killed and dozens injured Thursday after two suicide bombers launched attacks and several car bombs were detonated in various neighborhoods. One suicide bomber detonated a belt filled with explosives inside a cafe in Saladin province, north of Baghdad, killing four people and injuring 28 others.
Another suicide bomber blew up his truck inside a housing complex in Mosul, killing 15 people and injuring 60 others.
Two car bombs went off close to Al-Ilwiyah Pediatric Hospital in East Baghdad, killing two and injuring 13 others.
Four other separate bombs in parked cars went off in other parts of Baghdad, causing several deaths and numerous injuries.
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