Bombings and shootings killed at least eight people in and around the Iraqi capital on Tuesday, including a judge, officials said. Gunmen in a speeding car opened fire at the judge, killing him and his driver, AP quoted police as saying. They say a sticky bomb attached to a mini-bus exploded later in the afternoon in Sadr city, killing three passengers and wounding eight. In northern Baghdad, a roadside bomb missed a police patrol but killed one civilian and wounded six. Later on, gunmen in a speeding car sprayed an army checkpoint in the western suburb of Abu Ghraib with bullets, killing two soldiers and wounding two others, said police and hospital officials.