Eleven people, including eight policemen, were injured in two roadside bomb explosions targeted police patrols in the Iraqi capital on Sunday, an Interior Ministry source said.
More than 22 people have been killed by a female suicide bomber who blew herself up in a crowd of people in central Iraq's Diyala province.
A female suicide bomber blew herself up Monday among police officers who were celebrating the release of a comrade from US custody, killing at least 22 people, Iraqi officials said. Separate bombings in Iraq killed another 13 people.
A suicide bomber blew himself up Sunday in the midst of a celebration to welcome home an Iraqi detainee released from U.S. custody, killing at least 25 people, Iraqi officials said.
A suicide bomber dressed in a woman's robe detonated explosives Sunday in a heavily guarded Sunni area of Baghdad, killing the deputy leaderof the neighborhood's US-backed security volunteers who had turned against al-Qaida, Iraqi officials said.
A car bomb went off at a parking- lot in a Baghdad neighborhood targeting Shiite pilgrims on Saturday, killing three people and wounding six others, a well- informed police source said.
Two people were killed and five others injured in two separate roadside bomb attacks in Baghdad, an Interior Ministry source said on Thursday.
Suicide bombers struck a Shiite pilgrimage in Baghdad and a Kurdish protest rally in northern Iraq on Monday, killing at least 57 people.
Three female suicide bombers killed at least 28 people and wounded 92 in Baghdad on Monday as Shi'ite pilgrims flooded into the Iraqi capital for a major religious event, police said.
A sustained barrage of rocket or mortar fire rocked Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone early on Sunday morning, US and Iraqi police said.
A suicide bomber struck Shiite pilgrims Sunday on a highway south of Baghdad, killing at least 25 people and wounding 20, police said.
Six US soldiers were killed on Wednesday when a house rigged with explosives blew up north of Baghdad during a new US-Iraqi offensive targeting al Qaeda guerrillas in Iraq.