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Kirkuk, Iraq - 8 June 2018
1. Various of an ambulance and police cars at blast site
2. Various of blood and a shoe on ground
3. Various of damaged car
4. Various of damaged shops
5. Various of blood and personal belongings on ground
6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Ali Jassim, eye witness:
"I was sitting in the shop when the blast took place, unfortunately one woman was killed, and a number of people were injured in the coffee shop."
7. Various of debris on the ground
8. Onlookers gathered at the blast scene
At least one woman was killed and eight others wounded when two bombs were detonated in Kirkuk, Iraq.
One improvised explosive device went off near a mosque and the other outside a nearby coffee shop.
Medical and police officials confirmed the death but spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to brief the media.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Kirkuk is the country's largest contested city claimed by Arabs, Turkmen and Kurds.
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