'There were three car bombs coming out from Al-Bakr toward our positions that we spotted with our drone and hit with our tanks'
More than 100 people have been injured in the twin blasts using ambulances in Samarra and Tikrit
'People tried to flee, because of the conditions in Mosul, to Kurdistan or Baghdad but they would be blown up by IEDs and if they weren't they'd be shot at even if they were kids'
Opponents say law violates constitution guaranteeing traditions of religious minorities such as Christians
At lst nine people were killed but officials feared the death toll would rise
An electrical fire was believed to be the cause of the disaster at Yarmouk hospital
'The power was cut off and then the doors got locked on us, we could not save any babies'
'We still have charred bodies inside many vehicles including a minibus packed with women and children' police officer says
Sunday's attack is the deadliest explosion to hit the Iraqi capital since 2003
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Officials said another 187 people were wounded in the overnight attack