(CNN) -- A string of attacks targeting Iraq security forces killed at least 10 people, the Interior Ministry said Wednesday.
A sticky bomb attached to a senior traffic police official's car detonated Wednesday night while he was driving in the al-Ameen neighborhood of southeastern Baghdad, killing him, said an official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
Two Iraqi soldiers died and 10 others were wounded when a bomb attached to a military bus exploded inside a base in al-Habaniya, about 90 kilometers (56 miles) west of Baghdad in Anbar province.
South of Baghdad, five people died and 41 others were wounded when a car bomb exploded outside a restaurant in Hilla, which is frequented by Iraqi security forces.
The blast damaged the restaurant and other nearby buildings.
In Baghdad's al-Qahira neighborhood, gunmen opened fire at a police checkpoint, killing two officers and wounding a bystander.
In addition to the attacks, a raid on a house by a military counterterrorism unit left a man dead in al-Habaniya. Three of his family members were wounded during the raid.