BAGHDAD More than 100 people were killed in a suicide auto bombing at a busy market in an Iraqi town on Friday, in one of the deadliest attacks carried out by Islamic State militants since they overran large parts of the country.

A further 50 people were wounded by the blast in Khan Bani Saad, about 30 km (20 miles) northeast of Baghdad.

LONDON – A can of fizzy drink contains more than the recommended daily amount of sugar for children under 11, according to new guidelines from British scientific experts. It was so powerful that it brought down buildings, police said.

The wounded were being attended to on the street as residents walked about in the chaos holding their heads, imploring God and screaming in horror.

Sunni Muslims began celebrating Eid al Fitr on Friday, a day before Iraq’s majority Shia community.

Markets are usually packed in the days before the holiday as people preparing for large family gatherings shop for food and clothes.

Diyala province has been partially controlled by the self-proclaimed Islamic State terror group since 2014.

Rafida is a derogatory term used by ISIS to designate the Shiite Muslims.

CHATTANOOGA, United States – Investigators trying to determine why a 24-year-old Kuwait-born Tennessee man gunned down four Marines are looking at his travel to Jordan previous year to see whether he was in contact with extremists, reports say.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility.