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1 February 2010 Baghdad bombing

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1 February 2010 Baghdad bombing

1 February 2010 Baghdad bombing
Location Baghdad, Iraq
Date 1 February 2010
11.45 am – (UTC+3)
Target Multiple
Attack type
Suicide Bomber
Deaths approx 54[1]
Non-fatal injuries
Suspected perpetrators

The 1 February 2010 Baghdad Bombings was a suicide bombing in Baghdad Iraq which killed at least 54 people, and wounded another 100. The attack was aimed at a group of Shia pilgrims walking to a religious festival.[2]


The female suicide bomber blew herself up at a rest stop along the route the pilgrims were taking to a Shia religious festival held in Karbala. The rest stop had a security search area, which is where the bomber detonated her explosives belt. There was a similar attack on the same pilgrims last year, which killed 40.[3]


  1. ^ "Deadly blast hits Iraq pilgrims – Middle East". Al Jazeera English. Retrieved 29 March 2012. 
  2. ^ "54 killed as suicide bomber targets Shiite pilgrims in Iraq – Los Angeles Times". Los Angeles Times. 2 February 2010. Retrieved 29 March 2012. 
  3. ^ Spencer, Richard (1 February 2010). "Female suicide bomber kills 41 in Iraq". Telegraph. Retrieved 29 March 2012. 

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