At least 11 people, including three soldiers, have been killed and 38 injured in five car bomb blasts in and around Iraq's capital Baghdad, Anadolu Agency reported referring to security officials.
The first attack came when a suicide bombing in Baghdad's northern district of Halk killed at least four and injured 11 others.
In the second attack, a suicide bomber drove into a military checkpoint at Tarimiyye, a district in Baghdad, kiling at least 3 soldiers and injuring 15 soldiers, officials say.
At Zagfaraniyye, in the southeastern area of Baghdad district, a bomb attack killed two people and injured seven.
The blast targeted the central Baghdad area; two people were killed and five others injured.
Since mid-June, fighting in Iraq has been pitting the Iraqi army and Kurdish peshmerga forces against militants in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, who have taken control of Mosul, Iraq's second largest city.
ISIL is currently in control of large swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria.
The U.S. is leading an international coalition, which includes France, Germany, and Saudi Arabia, among others, and has carried out numerous airstrikes against ISIL in Iraq and Syria.
According to the U.N., an estimated 1.8 million citizens have been internally displaced this year throughout Iraq.