About 30 Iraqis were killed and more than 50 were wounded when a bomb exploded at a funeral Sunday, while at least 10 more people died in other violent incidents.
At least 110 people, including 11 U.S. soldiers, have been killed in a wave of attacks since the Iraqi National Assembly chose a Shia-dominated cabinet on Thursday. The minority Sunnis are believed to be the main supporters of the militant attacks.
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In the most deadly attack Sunday, a Kurdish official was being buried in Tal Afar in northern Iraq when a suicide car bomb blew up.
Many other well-planned car bombings and ambushes were reported on Sunday in Baghdad and other places in Iraq.
Iraqi police are a frequent target.