Baghdad officials are blaming displaced Sunnis, who are fleeing the fighting in Anbar, for a rise in the number of bombings in the last few days. The Islamic State militants took credit for the blasts, saying they were in retaliation for several attacks against those displaced Sunnis.
At least 65 were killed and 10 more were wounded:
Three civilians were killed and seven were wounded during an Iraqi airstrike in Falluja.
In Mosul, militants executed three elders from the al-Jabour tribe.
A roadside bomb in Buhriz killed one tribal fighter and wounded three more.
Forty militants were killed in Garma.