Baghdad Attacks across Iraq, including a spate of car bombs in Baghdad and the northern city of Mosul, killed 63 people yesterday in the bloodiest violence to hit Iraq since April elections. The worst of the blasts went off during the evening and left dozens of people wounded, fuelling fears a protracted surge in violence is pushing Iraq back into the brutal communal conflict that left tens of thousands dead in 2006 and 2007. Separate deadly sets of car bombs hit both the Iraqi capital and Mosul, in the north, in the evening. In Baghdad’s deadliest attack, a suicide car bomb exploded in the mainly Shia neighbourhood of Kadhimiyah in north Baghdad, killing at least 16 people […]