A series of car bomb explosions in Baghdad, two of them targeting Iranian pilgrims, killed at least 13 people and wounded more than 80 others, Interior Ministry and police sources said. Militants blew up a car bomb in front of a house used by Iranians as a rest stop in the Kadhamiya district of Baghdad, as well as explosives planted in an adjacent house, an Interior Ministry source said. The explosions killed five people, wounded 18 and severely damaged the two houses, the source said. In Baghdads northern Shula district, a car bomb exploded near a bus carrying Iranians, killing two people and wounding 28, the source said. A police source said seven were killed and 45 wounded in total in the two incidents.