Two suicide bombs kill at least 32 people in the capital city of Iraq on Tuesday. 

These bombs were massive as compared to other bombs in the past seven years.

The suicide bombing took place at the Bab al-Sharqi commercial area in central Baghdad.

The bombing took place in the middle of the market, filled with people, including women and children.

Family members of the deceased ones protested at the bombed site.

No one claimed responsibility for these twin deadly suicide attacks.

Hassan Mohammed al-Tamimi, Iraqi health Minister, says more than 200 have been wounded in the attack. The death toll is expected to rise.

Pope Francis calls the Baghdad suicide bombing a "Senseless act of Brutality."

King Salman, among other Muslim leaders, condemned the brutal attacks on Baghdad.

Due to growing political tensions, early elections can create a more severe economic and political crisis in Iraq.

Iraqi authorities are investigating the twin blasts, and an emergency has been declared in the hospitals.