At least 21 people have been killed in two suicide bombings targeting a minority community in northern Iraq's restive Mosul province.
Local hospital officials say at least 32 people were injured in the twin bombings, which occurred Thursday evening at a crowded cafe in the city of Sinjar.
Authorities say most of the victims were of the Yazidi religious sect, a Kurdish-speaking minority in the region.
The attack comes two years after four suicide truck bombs went off simultaneously in the same area, killing more than 400 Yazidis. Bomb attacks have killed more than 100 people since Friday in Baghdad, Kirkuk and Mosul. The bloodshed is the latest in a wave of violence that has occurred since American forces pulled back from urban areas in June.