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This morning's suicide car bomb in the northern Iraqi village of Tal Afar targeted a school for children aged six to 12-years-old, the village's mayor Abdul Aal al-Obeidi said.
The dead in the village include 12 children, the school head and two policemen who were victims of a separate bomb nearby.
– Tal Afar mayor Abdul Aal al-Obeidi
"We and Iraq are plagued by al-Qaeda. It's a tragedy. These innocent children were here to study. What sins did these children commit?
At least 27 people - many of them children - were killed in Iraq suicide bombs today after attackers targeted a primary school and a police station, officials said.
Two car bombs were detonated in the Shiite Turkomen village of Qabak in northern Iraqi this morning, while another attacker on foot detonated a bomb among Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad.
The number of people killed in suicide bomb attack on Shiite pilgrims in Baghdad has risen to 48, according to hospital officials.
Iraq's interior ministry spokesman has said a suicide bomber who blew himself up among Shiite pilgrims in northern Baghdad, is the deadliest in a series of attacks that have killed 41 people.
The bomber struck a pedestrian checkpoint for pilgrims in the largely Sunni neighborhood of Azamiyah, said Interior Ministry spokesman Saad Maan. He added that at least 56 people were also wounded in the attack.
The bombings followed earlier attacks on Saturday that killed 21 other people.
At least 13 people have died and another 22 injured after a suicide bomber blew himself up inside a cafe in a largely Shiite town north of Baghdad, the local mayor said.
According to the Associated Press, Balad Mayor Malik Lefta said the coffee shop was in the centre of the town, which is 50 miles (80km) north of the Iraqi capital.
The bombing follows earlier attacks in which killed at least eight people were killed. Earlier, two television journalists were shot dead and three anti-extremist militiamen killed in a bomb blast.
More than 40 people have been killed in Iraq after a series of bombings, an official said.
A suicide bomber has targeted a coffee shop in a Shiite town north of Baghdad, killing 13 people, an Iraqi official has told the Associated Press.
Car bombs have exploded in several predominantly Shi'ite Muslim neighborhoods of Baghdad, killing at least 54 people and wounding dozens.
The deadliest single attack took place in Sadr City, where a man parked a white car packed with explosives near a place where day labourers had gathered. The vehicle blew up soon afterwards, killing at least seven people, including two soldiers.
"The driver said he would move it soon, but the car exploded a few minutes later," said Abu Mohammed, a worker at the scene.
Footage from the scene showed the remains of a car torn in two surrounded by damaged taxis and bits of metal melted in the heat of the blast.
Altogether 14 car bombs exploded across the Iraqi capital in apparently coordinated attacks. It is not clear at this stage who was behind them.
At least seven people have been killed and 14 others injured by a car bomb in a Shiite area of Baghdad, Iraq.
A police officer said the device exploded in the city's eastern Sadr City neighbourhood this morning. The blast tore through a small vegetable market and its car park.
Yesterday, a wave of attacks in different parts of Iraq - including two suicide bombings in the country's relatively peaceful northern Kurdish region - killed 46 people.
More than 4,500 people have been killed since April.
Civilian pickup trucks loaded with casualties and ambulances with sirens blaring were seen racing from the scene after two suicide bombers, one in an explosives-laden car and the other on foot, hit a funeral procession in Baghdad that killed at least 92 people today.
The explosions set the tents and several nearby cars on fire, sending a towering plume of thick black smoke over the city.