Three blasts have shaken the Iraqi capital leaving at least six people dead, including a child.
Nearly 30 other people were injured in Monday's series of attacks, security and hospital officials said.
The blasts appeared to mark a rise in violence in the run up to the planned pullout of US troops from Iraqi towns and cities by the end of June.
In the first attack, a roadside bomb hit a minibus in the Shia neighbourhood of Sadr City, killing three university students.
Monday, June 22, 2009
Posted by Bill Corcoran at 11:22 AM