Another 42 were wounded in the explosion which occurred at a highway restaurant frequented by security forces in Saladin Governorate. However, most of the casualties were a group of Iraqi tourists.
A bomb attack targeting a security forces' patrol car killed one person and wounded three others in Diyala, while four civilians of a family were killed in an attack on a checkpost in the province.
Two suicide bombers targeted a restaurant on the road between the northern towns of Tikrit and Baiji, killing three and injuring 34.
Daesh gunmen, disguised as police officers, were driving a police car when they blew themselves up in the Iraqi city of Tikrit.
Over 40 people were also injured in the bombing that hit Al-Ataba Street, which is home to medical clinics as well as shops, officials say.
At least 23 people were killed when suicide bombers detonated themselves. The assault came soon after Iraqi forces took control of the last major road leading west from the city of Mosul.
The twin attacks took place in Tikrit and Samarra, as Iraqi troops and security forces battled to retake the northern city of Mosul from Daesh.
After fleeing their initial target, a checkpoint where four police were shot dead, attackers detonated an explosive-laden vehicle near the entrance to Tikrit, killing eight and wounding many others.
Thirty-six people convicted of killing at least 1,500 Iraqi cadets in Camp Speicher near Tikrit in 2014 have been hanged, after the Iraqi Government decided to speed up the executions of people convicted in terrorism cases.
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