- Bombings lead to bloody Sunday in Iraq
- Suicide bomber targets Kurdish security patrol, killing eight people
- Roadside bomb explodes in Baghdad, killing two people
Two bombings killed at least 10 people and wounded at least 14 more Sunday in Iraq, Interior Ministry officials told CNN.
A suicide car bomber struck a Kurdish security patrol in Tuz Khurmato, about 200 kilometers (125 miles) north of Baghdad, killing eight and wounding four. The ethnically mixed part of Salaheddin province, home to Arabs, Turkmen, and Kurds, is claimed by both the central government and the Kurdish regional government.
In central Baghdad, a roadside bomb blew up a minibus, killing two people and wounding five others.