Bombs kill 7 near Baghdad

Iraqi officials say seven people have been killed in two blasts in central Iraq. Police officials said two bombs were planted early Saturday in a spot where day laborers gather in the mostly Sunni village of al-Zaidan, near the town of Abu Ghraib west of Baghdad.

Bushra Juhi reports for the Associated Press:

Iraqi officials say seven people have been killed in two blasts in central Iraq.

Police officials said two bombs were planted early Saturday in a spot where day laborers gather in the mostly Sunni village of al-Zaidan, near the town of Abu Ghraib west of Baghdad.