The daily Iraq violence report is compiled by McClatchy Newspapers Special Correspondents in Baghdad from police, military and medical reports. This is not a comprehensive list of all violence in Iraq, much of which goes unreported. It's posted without editing as transmitted to McClatchy's Washington Bureau.
Several home made bombs were left at the entrances of seven residential buildings in Baghdad, and detonated Tuesday morning, killing more than 30 civilians and injuring more than a hundred. Toll is expected to rise, said security officials, because rescue effort continue at the explosion sites in Chikook and Shula neighbourhoods, northwest Baghdad, Alawi al Hilla neighbourhood, central Baghdad, Shurta al Rabea and Amil neighbourhoods, southwest Baghdad and Allam neighbourhood, in south Baghdad.
A car bomb exploded in Saidiyah neighbourhood, south Baghdad, Tuesday. Security officials did not release casualty figures.
A roadside bomb exploded in Amil neighbourhood, southwest Baghdad, Tuesday. Security officials did not release casualty figures.
A roadside bomb targeted civilians near the National Theatre, Karrada, central Baghdad Monday evening killing one civilian, injuring five.
A home made bomb was left inside a store that sells alcoholic beverages near the National Theatre, central Baghdad, late Monday, causing only material damages.
A roadside bomb exploded in Kasra, Athamiyah neighbourhood, north Baghdad, Monday evening, causing no casualties.
A magnetic bomb stuck to a civilian car detonated right behind the governorate building in central Baquba at 10.15 a.m. Tuesday, killing the driver and injuring three civilian pedestrians.
A roadside bomb targeted a police patrol on the main route into Shalamjah border point, the main border point with Iran in Basra, Monday, killing one police officer and injuring another five.
Armed men broke into the house of one Ubaid Abdulhussein, al Askari neighbourhood in the town of Suwaira, and killed him, his wife and their four children, Monday.