A car bomb exploded in Sadr, a Shiite neighbourhood of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, killing at least five people.
More than a dozen people were wounded by the blast, which struck a bus and a taxi rank.
Abu Ali, whose house was hit, said: “I wasn’t at home, but I heard an explosion, so I came back here and was told that my children were in hospital. You can see the destruction.”
The May 16 bombing in Sadr followed a wave of attacks on May 15 that killed more than 30 people.
No-one has claimed responsibility for the blasts.
The violence comes amid growing tensions between Iraq’s Shiite-led government and the country’s Sunni minority.