Authorities said at least 60 people died after a refrigerator truck exploded in a busy market in Baghdad's Sadr City district on Thursday. In a messaged posted on Twitter, ISIS claimed responsibility for the blast, which left 200 wounded in the Shiite Muslim neighborhood, according to police and medical sources. "Many people were killed and body parts were thrown on top of nearby buildings," said police officer Muhsin al-Saedi. Jamila market is one of the largest wholesale food markets in Baghdad. The blast is consider one of the largest attacks on the capital since Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi took office last year.