At least 11 people, including an intelligence official, died and 14 others were wounded in acts of violence Tuesday in different cities around Iraq, a security source told Efe.

In the bloodiest attack, four Iraqi soldiers were killed and five others were wounded when a mine blew up as their military patrol was passing in the southern part of the city of Fallujah, 50 kilometers (31 miles) west of Baghdad.

In the northern portion of the same city, an Iraqi intelligence official died when a bomb exploded as he was driving by in his vehicle.

The security source said that the commander of the army's 10th Division, Gen. Ali al Hashemi, and two soldiers were wounded during clashes with Al Qaeda-linked fighters of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant near Ramadi, 110 kilometers (68 miles) north of the capital.

In addition, Iraqi two soldiers died and three others were wounded when a bomb detonated as a military convoy was passing near the military airport in Beyi, 200 kilometers (124 miles) north of Baghdad.

The source said that a woman and her 6-year-old son died when a bomb blew up in the town of Al Muatasim, in the Samarra suburbs.

Also, two civilians died and four others were wounded when a bomb inside a van blew up in Baghdad's Sadr City neighborhood.

Also on Tuesday, at least five Iraqi Federal Police officers died and eight other people were wounded in a double suicide attack on a regional headquarters of the force in the northern city of Mosul. EFE