Officials Say Bombings Kill 11 People Around Iraq's Capital, Baghdad

Authorities in Iraq say bombings targeting public places and pro-government Sunni fighters have killed 11 people around Baghdad. Police officials say the deadliest attack took place Wednesday night when a bomb exploded inside a cafe in the capital's southeastern suburb of Jisr Diyala, killing six people and wounding 11 others. Earlier, a bomb blast near a small restaurant killed three people and wounded four in Baghdad's northern suburb of Husseiniyah.