At least 27 people died Tuesday and more than 100 were wounded in a series of attacks around Baghdad, Iraqi police told Efe.
One of the deadliest explosions occurred in a popular market of the Al Nahruan neighborhood, where eight people died and another 21 were injured, the source said.
Another car bomb exploded in the Al Daura area on the capital's south side, causing the death of five people and leaving another 17 wounded.
Five more civilians were killed and 18 were injured when a car blew up near Al Hurria Square in downtown Baghdad.
Another target of a car bomb attack was a popular market in the northeastern neighborhood of Al Zaleba, where five people died and another 13 were wounded.
Three people lost their lives and 20 were injured by the detonation of another car bomb and an explosive device in the Al Zafarania area.
Two civilians were killed and another nine were wounded when a car bomb blew up in the Al Huseinia neighborhood, while six people were wounded by a limpet mine stuck to a bus in Al Chab.
Iraq is going through a resurgence of violence with continuous attacks, especially against police and the majority Shi'ite community, which have intensified since the beginning of the sacred Muslim month of Ramadan on July 10.
A total of 1,057 Iraqis died and 2,326 were wounded last month, while since the beginning of 2013 the number of civilian fatalities alone stands at 4,137, according to figures published last Aug. 1 by the U.N. mission in Baghdad. EFE