Two separate suicide bombing attacks in Iraq on November 11 have left at least 15 people dead.
One suicide bomber drove his explosives-laden vehicle into a crowd in the city of Baiji, some 250 kilometers north of Baghdad, killing at least eight people, including six soldiers.
Government forces and pro-government militias have been battling to recapture the city and the nearby oil refinery.
Militants from the so-called Islamic State captured the city five months ago but the Iraqi military and militiamen have reached the center of Baiji and were reportedly pushing toward the refinery.
A second suicide bomber drove his vehicle into a military outpost in the northern Baghdad district of Tarmiyah, killing seven soldiers and wounding 13 others.
Among those reported killed in the Tarmiyah attack was the outpost's commander.