Morning bomb attacks kill 11 in Baghdad
Iraqi police say early morning bomb attacks have killed at least 11 people in different areas of Baghdad.
A car bomb exploded on the road to the government compound known as the Green Zone killing at least five people.
Another attack in the eastern Sadr City area killed three students on a minibus as they were on their way to an exam.
The rush-hour explosions come days before US troops are due to withdraw from Iraqi cities under a security pact with the Iraqi government.
Reports say at least 62 people have been injured in Monday's bombings.
In addition to the explosions in Karrada and Sadr City, which was caused by a roadside bomb in Hamza Square, there was another roadside bombing in Shaab neighbourhood in north-east Baghdad which killed three people and wounded another 30.
On Saturday, a bomb attack near the northern city of Kirkuk killed 72 people - the deadliest in Iraq for more than a year - and injured another 200.
At least 21 people have been killed and 75 people wounded in a spate of bomb attacks across Iraq, police say.
Three students on their way to sit exams, three Iraqi soldiers and a four-year-old child were reported to be among the dead.
More than 70 people were killed and 200 wounded by a massive truck bomb in the northern city of Kirkuk on Saturday - the deadliest single bomb this year.
The attacks come days before US troops pull out of Iraq's towns and cities.
With so many attacks in such a short space of time, it appears insurgents are determined to make things look as unstable as possible as the pull-out deadline approaches, the BBC's Jim Muir in Baghdad says.
Monday's deadliest attack was caused by a suicide car bomb at municipal offices in Abu Ghraib, just west of Baghdad. Seven people died and 13 were wounded, police said.
Don't lose heart if a breach of security occurs here or there.”— Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki urged Iraqis on Saturday