Violence in Iraq left at least 32 Iraqis dead Wednesday:
— Three coordinated car bombs killed at least 19 people and wounded 48 in Baghdad (search), police said.
— A car bomber attacked an Iraqi army patrol, killling at least four bystanders in Baghdad, police said. The dead included a woman and a child.
— Gunmen killed a former judge who had previously put his name forward to join a parliamentary committee drafting Iraq's constitution. His son also was killed in the Baghdad attack.
— A car bomb targeting a U.S. military convoy missed and instead killed three Iraqis and wounded seven in the northern city of Mosul (search), officials said.
— A roadside bomb struck an Iraqi police patrol that included a special operations unit, killing two policeman and wounding two others in Madain (search), southeast of Baghdad.
— A group of children road their bicycles ran over a bomb planted beneath the ground in Baqouba, northeast of the capital. A 9-year-old boy was killed and two others, aged 6 and 7, were wounded.
— An Iraqi civilian was killed and three more were wounded when a roadside bomb meant for a U.S. military convoy exploded west of Ramadi.