In northern Baghdad, security officials said three roadside bombs exploded, killing five soldiers and injuring seven other, IraqiNews.com reported.
Another five Iraqi army forces died when a car bomb detonated in western Mosul. Two civilians were injured.
"A car bomb driven by a suicide bomber ... targeting a headquarters of the Federal Police in Ma'asg area of western Mosul [exploded] killing five security [officers] and injuring two civilians," a security official told IraqiNews.com.
IraqiNews.com also reported that seven civilians were killed or wounded when roadside bomb exploded in southwestern Baghdad. The news account didn't say how many civilians died and how many were wounded.
On Tuesday, a string of coordinated car bombs went off throughout Baghdad, killing at least 46 people.
Earlier in the day, five members of one family were shot and killed when gunmen stormed their house in a Sunni neighborhood in Baghdad.
A series of bombings less than a week ago in Baghdad killed at least 65 people.
U.N. data indicated violence in Iraq reached its highest level in five years, The New York Times reported. The United Nations said Sunday 804 people were killed in terrorist attacks in August, bringing the total number of civilians killed this year to nearly 5,000.
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