Iraqi police officials say at least 10 people were killed in bomb attacks in Baghdad on May 6.
Two car bombs exploded simultaneously near a police checkpoint in the capital's Husseiniyah district.
At least five civilians and a policeman were killed in the attack in the predominantly Shi'ite area.
In the southern Dora neighborhood, a bomb went off outside a restaurant, killing at least five people.
Officials said the restaurant is frequented by police officers.
Nearly 30 people were injured in the attacks.
Based on reporting by AP and Reuters