BAGHDAD — In two separate stun grenade attacks in the Iraqi capital on Sunday, at least five people were wounded, security sources confirmed.
The first attack took place near one of the spa centers in Zaytouna district, the Baghdad Operations Command said in a statement, confirming that the blast has left one woman wounded.
Earlier the day, a similar attack targeted the Assyrian party headquarters in Baghdad.
“The blast that rocked al-Rubei’y district at Zaytouna region was caused by a sound bomb,” al-Sumaria News quoted a source.
“The blast left four persons injured,” the source said.