More than 60 people have been killed and dozens hurt in several bomb attacks apparently targeting Sunnis, in Iraq's worst day of violence for months.
In the first attack, in Baquba, about 50km (30 miles) north of Baghdad, at least 41 people were killed when two bombs detonated outside a Sunni mosque.
Later, police said at least eight died at a Sunni funeral in Madain, and 14 more in two blasts in western Baghdad.
The attacks follows a sharp increase in sectarian violence in recent weeks.
A series of bombings targeted Shia areas across Iraq on Wednesday and Thursday. More than 120 people in total have died over the three days.