Roadside bombs in Iraq killed six people, among them five soldiers, and wounded 10 on Saturday, security and medical officials said.
In the deadliest attack, a roadside bomb killed five Iraqi soldiers when it exploded near their Humvee armoured vehicle in Dhuluiyah north of Baghdad, an army captain and a medical source from a hospital in Balad said.
Another roadside bomb to the north of Baquba killed one person and wounded two, a police lieutenant colonel and a doctor from Baquba General Hospital said.
And eight people, including four security forces members, were wounded by a roadside bomb in Mosul in north Iraq, police Second Lieutenant Islam Mohammed and a medical source from Mosul General Hospital said.
Violence is down in Iraq compared to its peak in 2006 and 2007, but attacks still occur almost every day.