Four explosions in central and eastern Baghdad killed three people on Thursday and wounded another 15, police reported, according to the Voices of Iraq (VOI) agency.
A detonation killed a civilian and injured another four near Imam Abdul Qader al-Kilani shrine in central Baghdad, police told the agency, reported dpa.
Also in central Baghdad two bombs going off consecutively killed a a civilian and a tribal police member. The blasts also wounded five people, including three tribal police members.
Tribal police, also known as Awakening Councils, are Sunni tribe members who collaborated with the US forces to fight al-Qaeda militants in Iraq.
Meanwhile a bomb blast in al-Hamza square in eastern Baghdad wounded six people, VOI reported.