Four dead, six injured in car bomb attack on parliament
Baghdad, Nov. 28 (AKnews) - At least four people have been killed and six others have been injured in a car bomb attack on the Iraqi Council of Representatives this evening.
The car bomb went off in front of the parliament's back door that leads into the conference hall - used by the member of the Council.
Most of the victims are guards of the Council members. But among the six injured in the attack is Moayyed tayyib, chief spokesperson for the Kurdish Blocs Coalition (KBC) in the Council.
The car that was bombed for explosion reportedly belongs to guards of one of the members of the Council of Representatives, a security source told AKnews, but it has yet to be confirmed.
The Council of Representatives is located in the heavily fortified Green Zone in the capital Baghdad where most of the government offices and foreign diplomatic missions are housed.
By Hussam Ali