Three bombs in the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq have killed at least 29 people. A further 90 people were wounded.
Two of the bombs exploded in quick succession near a police station.
The BBC reports many of the casualties were police officers who rushed outside after the first bomb went off.
The third bomb targeted the convoy of a senior police official, wounding him and a number of officers.
Al Qaeda was blamed.
And in separate bombings in Baghdad and the city of Baquba, two people were killed and 10 others wounded.