Reuters
January 18, 2014

Mortar fire, car bombs and gunfire killed at least 14 people and wounded 55 in Baghdad on Saturday, police and medics said.

After a relatively calm day, a series of explosions shook the Iraqi capital in the evening as unidentified assailants set off at least four car bombs and fired several mortar rounds.

Armed men also attacked a juvenile prison, killing a guard, wounding four and releasing 20 inmates, police said.

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