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Police and medics say up to 12 people have been killed and around 30 others injured in a series of bombings in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

The May 31 blasts are reported to have struck a restaurant, a police patrol, and other locations.

An Interior Ministry official said the deadliest attack took place in the north Baghdad neighborhood of Shuala, where a car bomb killed at least four people and wounded 14 others.

Bombings also struck the Al-Amriyah, Ghazaliyah, and Yarmuk neighborhoods in west Baghdad, and Dora in the south.

It was not immediately clear who was behind the blasts.

Based on reporting by AP, dpa, and Reuters