A suicide bomber detonated explosives at a Shiite mosque in western Baghdad Sunday, killing at least 18 people, security and medical officials said.
Bombings and shootings killed at least 12 people in Iraq on Wednesday, most of them police or soldiers, as the count drags on from an April 30 general election.
At least 31 people, including a candidate for the upcoming parliamentary elections, were killed and 49 others wounded in separate violent attacks across Iraq Saturday, Xinhua reported citing police sources.
Bombings targeting shoppers across central Iraq and clashes near the militant-held city of Fallujah killed at least 42 people on Thursday, authorities said.
Attacks, including bombs that exploded in a market near a church in Baghdad, killed at least 44 people across Iraq on Wednesday.
At least six people were killed Thursday and 33 others wounded in a coordinated suicide bombing and two car bombings in Salahudin province of Iraq, police source said.
At least four people were killed and some 29 wounded in multiple bomb explosions in the city of Arbil, the capital of Iraq`s autonomous region of Kurdistan Sunday, a Kurdish official said.
An Al Qaeda front group claimed a wave of bombings across Baghdad in a statement on Friday, part of a surge in violence sparking worries of a return to all-out bloodshed.
Iraqi officials say a bombing targeting a stream where youngsters had sought refuge from the summer heat has killed four people.
A wave of explosions tore through overwhelmingly Shiite cities south of Baghdad shortly before the Muslim faithful broke their Ramadan fasts on Sunday, killing at least 28.
A suicide attacker and a car bombing killed at least 19 people and wounded 38 in separate attacks today targeting Shiites north of Baghdad.
Bombings that hit markets and other insurgent strikes primarily targeting Iraq`s Shiite community killed 31 people.
A college student was killed and 50 injured on Sunday in a bomb blast in Iraq`s Mosul city, a police source said.
At least 27 people were killed and 111 injured in a series of explosions that hit the southern Iraqi city of Najaf, medics said on Friday as they updated the death toll.
A double suicide bombing devastated a cafe packed with young people in northwestern Iraq on Thursday, killing at least 21 people, officials said, in the latest attack against a minority community.
Day in Pics: 28th January
Showbiz World - January 28, 2015
President Barack Obama's speech at Siri Fort auditorium