BAGHDAD, Nov. 25 (UPI) -- Attacks in Iraqi capital of Baghdad Monday left six people dead and 18 others wounded, police said.
Police said the deadliest attack occurred when a car bomb detonated near a group of civilians outside of a police station in northeastern Baghdad, killing three people and wounding 15, China's state-run news agency Xinhua reported.
The victims were in line to receive identification badges they would use to enter their neighborhood as a way to reduce violence, police said.
A so-called sticky bomb attached to a civilian vehicle detonated in a southern district of Baghdad, killing the driver and wounding a civilian, police said. In another sticky bomb explosion in northern Baghdad, a driver was killed and two passersby were wounded.
Gunmen shot and killed an employee of the Justice Ministry in a Shiite neighborhood in southwestern Baghdad, police said.