A wave of attacks across Iraq killed eight people on Sunday , according to police officials.
Police sources who spoke to the Associated Press said Sunday's deadliest attack hit the southern city of Diwaniyah, where back-to-back car bombs killed three people and wounded 13 near a bus station.
In the north of the country, in the city of Samarra, a bomb targeting a funeral killed two people and injured five others. The mourners were paying their respects for 17 civilians killed in a car bomb in the city on Saturday, AP reported.
Elsewhere in Iraq, a round of mortar shells in the town Madain killed three and wounded nine others, whilst a car bomb hit the southern town of Mahmoudiyah, according to AP.
Medical officials who spoke to AP confirmed the causalities.