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At Least 17 Killed After ISIS Blows Up Ice Cream Shop in Baghdad

ISIS targeted both young and old in a pair of car bomb blasts that rocked Baghdad on Tuesday, killing at least 31 people and wounding dozens more.

The first attack came just after midnight outside a popular ice cream shop in the middle of the capital city just days into observing Ramadan, when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset.

At least 17 were killed and 32 wounded, reports ABC News.

Many of the victims were women and children.

“It was a very, very ugly scene,” said journalist Hareth Al-Harethi, who was 20 meters away from the ice cream shot when the bomb exploded, CNN reported.

“The street was covered in toys, baby bottles, small shoes and men’s hats,” he told CNN.

A closed circuit camera captured the moment of the blast and its devastating aftermath.

Brett McGurk, Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIS, expressed the Trump administration’s solidarity with Iraq:

A second blast hit Baghdad during rush hour as the elderly lined up outside the General Retirement Department waiting for their pension checks to be handed out.

At least 14 were killed in the blast and another 37 were wounded, according to Fox News.

The attacks come as ISIS has been on the retreat with Iraqi troops pushing the group out of its last strongholds in Mosul, which would essentially end the caliphate.

ISIS declared a caliphate over parts of Syria and Iraq in 2014.