Dozens of people are dead after a series of bomb attacks in Iraq, including in Baquba and the capital Baghdad.
Three separate car bombings killed at least 25 people at a government compound near Baquba city on Sunday.
This a day after a series of explosions killed 38 people in Shiite areas of Baghdad.
Islamic militants also killed a journalist working for a local TV station in a Sunni province.
The police chief in the Anbar province has also died in a bomb attack on his convoy.
The latest violence comes as the government struggles to deal with the advance of ISIL militants in the north of the country.
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