The deadliest attack took place in the Shiite Majority district of Sadr City on Thursday after an explosive-rigged motorcycle exploded in a motorcycle market, killing at least 11 people and injuring 35 others.
A car bomb explosion also killed at least one person and injured five in Sadr City.
In northern Sharqat area, a roadside bomb blew up near a Sahwa anti-al-Qaeda militia patrol, killing two fighters and injuring four others.
At least three soldiers were killed in militants’ attack in northern Kirkuk Province.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, some 13 people were killed in terrorist attacks across Iraq.
The attacks, on Tuesday, killed 27 people as well. The incident happened after a parked car bomb went off in a crowded market in the Shia district of Karaada in eastern Baghdad, leaving 14 people dead.
The latest incidents of violence came at a time when Iraqi troops, backed by local Sunni tribesmen, are fighting al-Qaeda-affiliated militants in the country’s western regions, including Anbar Province.
Violence erupted in Anbar late December, when security forces dismantled a protest camp which the government said was used by militants for launching terrorist attacks.
Iraq is currently experiencing its worst cycle of violence since 2008.
According to figures compiled by the Iraqi ministries of health, interior and defense, some 1,013 people were killed in January alone, making it the deadliest month since April 2008.