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13 dead, 22 others wounded in Iraq bombings, officials say

By Mohammed Tawfeeq, CNN
updated 9:04 PM EDT, Wed August 14, 2013

(CNN) -- Two bombings in eastern Iraq on Wednesday left at least 13 people dead and 22 others wounded, police officials said.

In one incident, a hidden bomb left inside a popular coffee shop in al-Mafraq -- just west of Baquba -- killed nine people and wounded 12 others.

Separately, a roadside bomb in central Baquba killed four people and wounded 10 others, the officials said.

Baquba is located about 60 kilometers (roughly 40 miles) northeast of Baghdad.

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