A series of attacks on Monday in Iraq, including bombing homes of Iraqi security members, killed a total of 10 people and wounded 37 others, the police said.
Two Iraqi Army officers were killed and two soldiers were wounded in a roadside bomb that struck their vehicle in the city of Qaim near the Iraqi-Syrian border in Anbar province, a provincial police source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.
In the province, unidentified armed men planted bombs in homes of four policemen in Fallujah City, some 50 km west of Baghdad, and blew them up in the early morning, wounding five residents, the source said.
Also in Fallujah, Unknown gunmen in a car attacked a checkpoint manned by anti-Qaida paramilitary group fighters, known as Awakening Council group, wounding four of them, the source added.
In a separate incident, insurgents booby-trapped three homes, two of them for security members, in the al-Zaidan suburb in west of Baghdad and blew them up, wounding seven residents, he said.
In Baghdad, a bomb attached to a car detonated near an intersection in 14th Ramadan Street in Mansour district, killing a passenger and wounding seven people, an Interior Ministry source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.
Earlier in the day, the police said that seven people were killed and 12 others injured in separate attacks in and near Baghdad, including the killing of a Sunni cleric and some of his family members.
Waves of high-profile attacks and sporadic attacks are still common in the Iraqi cities three months after the country held its landmark parliamentary election which is widely expected to shape the political landscape of the war-torn country.