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  • A police source has told Al Jazeera that nine people were killed when IED's were detonated in different parts of Baghdad's Shia-populated neighbourhoods.

    In Rustomiyah, south Baghdad, two civilians were killed and six were wounded. 
    In Habibiyah, north Baghdad, two civilians were killed four were wounded.
    In Sadr, north Baghdad, one person was killed and seven injured when an IED went off at a marketplace.
    Another IED was detonated in a marketplace in Zafaraniyah, south Baghdad, killing four and injuring seven.

    Our correspondents Imran Khan and Omar al-Saleh are on the ground - watch Al Jazeera's live stream here
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