Two more bodies were pulled out from debris in a local market which was hit by coalition's air strikes on Friday, bringing the death toll to 53, a Xinhua reportersaid.
Forty nine others were injured in the attack on al-Nasr market in northwestern Baghdad, Jamal Ahmed added.
Baghdad, home to 5 million people, has been under devastating bombings daily over the past nine days since the outbreak of the US-led war on Iraq on March 20.
Earlier in the day, Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Said al-Sahaf accused the US-led coalition of using cluster bombs on Iraqi civilians.
A total of 26 Iraqis were killed and 60 others injured during the overnight bombings on the central city of Najaf, and seven werekilled and 92 others injured overnight in Baghdad, Sahaf told reporters.
Some 116 people have been killed and 695 injured in the southerncity of Basra since the beginning of the war, he said. And in the southern province of Thi Qar, 230 people have been killed and 800 injured.
Defying international opposition, the United States and Britain launched the war in a bid to topple Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Iraq has denounced the invaders as "criminals" and "villains," while urging the international community to stop the "aggression" unconditionally.