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 the capital, Baghdad.

Police officials say the deadliest attack took place Wednesday night when a bomb exploded inside a cafe in Baghdad'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.

Police said a roadside bomb exploded near a patrol of Sahwa fighters in Baghdad's western suburbs, killing two members. Sahwa fighters joined forces with U.S. troops at the height of the Iraq war to fight Sunni militants.

Medical officials confirmed the casualty figures. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity as they weren't authorized to release the information.