Two Iraqi civilians were killed and five others wounded Sunday when an explosive charge went off in southeastern Baghdad.
Meanwhile, the joint Iraqi forces resumed the military operations against Daesh terrorist group in Anbar and Salahuldin provinces.
The explosive charge was planted near industrial shops, according to security sources.
The injured were rushed to hospital to receive treatment, it noted.
In Anbar, the "public mobilization" forces detonated a booby-trapped car before it reached the military regions.
It killed also 13 of Daesh members in Salahuldin province.
The forces shelled sites of Daesh based on information by the intelligence that detected their movements in the region.