Thirty-four people were killed Monday in separate explosions in Iraq's Baghdad and Muqdadiya, spokesman for the Iraqi Interior Ministry Saad Maan said in a statement.
Some 15 persons, including a baby girl, were killed when a car bomb went off and two suicide bombers blew themselves up in Baghdad, Maan said.
Also, a double attack targeted Muqdadiya, where 19 people were killed and 40 others were injured, he added.
The spokesman denied reports claiming that Daesh snipers took part in the attacks.
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