(ABC News) ISIS has claimed responsibility for three separate bomb explosions that rocked Baghdad today, killing at least 93 people and injuring at least 165, making it the deadliest day of violence in the Iraqi capital this year, according to The Associated Press.
The largest of the car bombings killed 63 people at an outdoor market in the Shiite Muslim neighborhood of Sadr City. The bomb was in a pickup truck loaded with fruits and vegetables.
Later in the day, two separate car bombs in northern Baghdad killed at least 30 and injured 80 others. The first bomb exploded at a police station in the northwestern Kadhimiyah neighborhood, while another struck in the northern neighborhood of Jamiya.
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