Iraqi police say two separate bomb blasts killed at least 11 people in Baghdad on Wednesday.
The deadliest attack took place at a crowded vegetable market in the
capital's Doura neighborhood.
At least 10 people were killed and 37
others wounded when a vehicle exploded. Witnesses described the victims
as farmers and vendors.
Authorities found a second bomb in the area and defused it. Survivors
of the blast told reporters that police failed to properly search
vehicles bringing fruits and vegetables into the market.
Hours later, another car bomb exploded in the capital's Karradah district, killing one person.
And police say one person was killed in a roadside bombing in the northern city of Mosul.