ERBIL - At least four people were wounded overnight on Tuesday in two bomb explosions in Kirkuk province, locals reported.
According to security sources, the first attack was carried out via a bomb attached to car, wounding three people in a district in central Kirkuk.
An explosive charge fixed to a car went off in a district in central Kirkuk,” the source told Iraqi website Baghdad Today. “The explosion left three people injured,” added the source.
"Another booby-trapped vehicle went off near a power plant in Domeez area, in southern Kirkuk, leaving a person dead," the source pointed out, as cited by Iraqi News, adding that the second blast resulted in the injuring of one person.
Violations, including killing or kidnapping people, bomb explosions, and similar terrorist activities have increased after the Kurdish Peshmerga troops were forced out by the Iraqi forces from the disputed territories.