Today's attacks follow a July 7 truck-bomb blast in a market in the northern Iraqi town of Tuz Khurmato that killed up to150 people, including many women and children.
Meanwhile, a U.S. official said today the bodies of an Iraqi husband and wife who worked for the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad have been found.
The Al Qaeda-led militant group Islamic State in Iraq claimed responsibility for their slaying in a message posted on the Internet on May 31.
The U.S. military also announced today that one of its soldiers was killed in combat on July 7 in Salah Al-Din Governorate, north of Baghdad. It did not provide details.
(compiled from agency reports)