At least 34 people were killed in Iraq on November 25 with the most serious attack occurring in Baghdad just after sunset.
Two bombings at a market in the Sadriyah neighborhood of the capital late on November 25 killed at least 17 people and wounded 37.
An earlier car bombing in Baghdad outside a police station killed four police officers.
A roadside bomb targeted a vehicle with anti-Al-Qaeda militiamen in the northeastern Baghdad suburb of Husseiniyah, killing two of the militiamen.
A Justice Ministry employee was also gunned down in a drive-by shooting in western Baghdad.
Drive-by shootings and roadside bombs killed at least nine other people in nothern Iraq and a former deputy from Nasiriyah, south of Baghdad, was shot dead in home.
Based on reporting by Reuters, AFP, and AP