At least seven people were killed and 33 others were wounded on Mar. 2 in several bomb attacks across Baghdad, Anadolu Agency said referring to security sources.
Officials said two people were killed and six others were injured after an explosion near a football field in al-Husayniyah in northern Baghdad, while one person was killed and nine were injured after a bomb went off near a shop in al-Mashtal district.
Also, one person was killed and five were wounded in a bomb attack near a market place in al-Dawra district.
At least two people were killed and 10 others were injured in an explosion in central Baghdad.
Officials also said at least one person was killed and three others were injured after a handmade bomb exploded on the roadside in the Abu Ghraib area on the outskirts of Baghdad.
Meanwhile, three unidentified male bodies shot in the chest were found in Baghdad's southern suburb of Yusufiya, according to security sources.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi had lifted Baghdad's eight-year curfew on Feb. 7.
Iraq has been gripped by a security vacuum since June 2014 when Daesh (an Arabic acronym for ISIL) militants stormed the northern province of Mosul and declared a self-styled caliphate in parts of Iraq and Syria.