A civilian was killed and four others injured in three bomb attacks in Baghdad, an Interior Ministry source said on Sunday, Xinhua reported.
A civilian died of wounds sustained from an explosion caused by a sticky bomb attached to his car while he was driving in Haifa street in central Baghdad in the morning, while a passerby was wounded during the attack, the source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.
Meanwhile, an employee of the Education Ministry was wounded when a bomb planted in his sport utility vehicle (SUV) detonated in Baghdad's western district of Khadraa, the source said.
Late on Saturday night, a police officer and his wife were wounded in a bomb planted in his car in Baghdad's southwestern district of Jihad, the source added.
Sporadic attacks still common in Iraqi cities more than three months after the country held its landmark parliamentary election which is widely expected to shape the political landscape of the war-torn country.