Sepcial Report: Tension accelerates in Iraq
BAGHDAD, July 29 (Xinhua) -- At least ten workers were wounded when a bomb went off in central Baghdad on Saturday morning, police said.
An explosive charge detonated in the morning in the Tayaran Square, where workers gathered waiting for daylong jobs, the police said.
Ambulances and Iraqi security forces rushed to the scene to evacuate the wounded people, they added.
In separate incidents, gunmen in two cars opened fire at two Sunni mosques early Saturday in the capital's western districts, causing slight damages to the mosques, the police said.
Violence and sectarian reprisal attacks mounted in the war-torn country as power vacuum has continued despite the formation of a new government in late May. Enditem