At least 13 die in Iraq blasts
A number of bombing attacks killed at least 13 people in Iraq Tuesday. In the northern city of Tikrit, authorities said bombs went off outside of the home of a high-level security official, killing 11 people. Investigators say most of those died were the officer's family members.
A second bomb exploded at a checkpoint in the city of Samarra, north of Baghdad, killing two police officers and injuring at least two others.
Two "sticky bombs" hit buses carrying Iranian Shi'ite pilgrims in Baghdad, injuring at least 12 people in two separate incidents.