The death toll from a wave of bombings across Iraq today has risen to at least 62, officials said.
There were a series of car bombings in Baghdad, along with an explosion at a market and a suicide assault in a northern city.
Coordinated bombings in Iraq have killed more than 5,000 people since April.
The local branch of al-Qaida often takes responsibility for the assaults, although there was no immediate claim for Sunday's blasts.
More top news
After a wintry end to last week, a fast track to summer
The Tooting MP has been the frontrunner in the counting process ahead of Tory challenger Zac Goldsmith.
North Korea's leader hailed the testing of a H bomb as his greatest achievement in office during the first congress in 36 years.