Residents angry over bombing in Iraq's Diyala province

Locals criticise government for failing to protect them after a massive blast kills over 100 in Shia town of Bani Saad.

    Locals in Diyala province are reeling from the after-effects of the largests attacks in their neighbourhood that killed more than 115 people and injured about 100 more.

    The residents say they have lost faith in the government that failed to protect them.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports from Khan Bani Saad in Diyala province.


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