Two car bombs and a roadside bomb went off in different parts of the Iraqi capital on Monday, killing a total of three people and wounding 20 others, an Interior Ministry source said.
"A booby-trapped car detonated after midday in a parking lot in the Attar Street in Karradah district in central Baghdad, killing a civilian and wounding four others," the source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.
"A second car bomb ripped through another parking lot after midday near the Sakhrah Restaurant in the Palestine Street in eastern capital, killing a civilian and wounding three others," the source said.
In a separate incident, a roadside bomb detonated in the Zaafaraniyah neighborhood southeastern Baghdad, killing a civilian and wounding 13 others, the source added.
Daily bombings continues infesting Baghdad's streets despite the presence of tens of thousands of U.S. and Iraqi soldiers across the capital in a major security crackdown on insurgency and sectarian violence.