7 Dead in Twin Bombings at Sunni Mosque in Iraq

After Friday prayer


Iraqi officials say two bombs have struck a Sunni mosque north of Baghdad, killing at least seven people and wounding about 30.

Police officials in Diyala province say the blasts went off on Friday as worshippers were leaving after midday prayers from the Omar Bin Abdul-Aziz mosque in the town of Kanaan. The town is about 75 kilometers (47 miles) northeast of the capital, Baghdad.