Baghdad car bomb kills 4, wounds 35

A car bomb exploded Saturday outside a Baghdad building belonging to the Iraqi intelligence service, killing at least four people and wounding 35, Iraqi news media reported. The Shafaaq news site quoted a security official as saying that a car driven by a suicide bomber targeted the Iraqi Interior Ministry’s intelligence headquarters in the capital’s central Karrada district. The blast came a day after a massacre of Sunni Muslim worshipers at a mosque in Diyala province, east of Baghdad, raised fears of deepening sectarian violence in Iraq. Seventy-three people were reported killed when Shiite Muslim gunmen stormed the mosque and opened fire, residents said. There was no...