Iraqi officials say two car bombs have targeted busy commercial areas in Baghdad, killing at least 12 people and wounding some 30 others.
One exploded on a main commercial street in the Mashtal area of east Baghdad on November 17, while the other hit a similar road in Amiriyah in the capital's west, police said.
There were no immediate claims of responsibility for either of the blasts.
The city is hit by near-daily bombings and shootings that kill hundreds of people each month.
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a number of recent attacks in the capital, including one on November 16 when an online statement claimed a bombing at checkpoint outside the Baghdad International Airport.
Five people were injured in that attack.
Based on reporting by AP and AFP