Another wave of deadly bomb attacks has shaken the Iraqi capital.
Latest reports say at least 28 people have been killed.
Authorities say seven buildings and a restaurant were targeted.
As well as those killed, at least 75 people are reported wounded.
This brings the number killed in attacks in Baghdad in the past five days to at least 90.
The surge in violence comes amid prolonged political uncertainty.
A government is yet to be formed, nearly a month after a parliamentary election that produced no clear winner.
Coalition talks could drag on for months.
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