The blast happened in the densely-populated suburb Sadr City
At least 32 people have been killed in a bomb blast in Iraq this morning.
A suicide car bomb in a densely-populated neighbourhood of Sadr City in Baghdad has left dozens of others wounded.
BBC reports that it is not yet known who was responsible for the attack in the predominantly Shia Muslim district.
It is the second major attack in three days in the Iraqi capital.
28 people were killed on Sunday after two blasts targeted a busy market in the Sinak neighborhood.