A series of five car bombings, three of them at Shiite mosques, and a sixth attack in Baghdad on Friday killed at least 58 people and wounded 85, an interior ministry official told a foreign news agency. Two car bombs in the impoverished district of Sadr City, one close to a political office of Shiite radical leader Moqtada al-Sadr and another at a market, killed 21 people and wounded 45, the official said. Three other car bombs and an improvised device killed 11 people and wounded 40, the official added.