building in Baghdad, a security source reported.
"A booby-trapped car explosion targeting Iraq's Interior Ministry in Baghdad early on Monday has killed 4 people and injured 38 others,
most of them seriously," the security source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
The security source told Aswat al-Iraq early in the day that 3 persons have been killed and 14 others injured, including employees and
bodyguards of the Ministry in a booby-trapped car explosion, driven by a suicide bomber at the entrance of the Ministry, in central
Baghdad's South Gate.
The Iraqi capital had witnessed several booby-trapped car explosions and explosive charges blasts on Thursday, last week, killing 70
people and wounding 180 others, whilst Iraq is witnessing a serious political crisis, that followed charges against Vice-President, Tareq
al-Hashimy, a leader in al-Iraqiya Alliance, charged with having been behind terrorist acts and a decision by Prime Minister, Nouri al-
Maliki to sack his Deputy Prime Minister, Saleh al-Mutlaq, also a leading member of al-Iraqiya Alliance, led by former Prime Minister,