A triple bomb attack on funeral mourners in Baghdad yesterday killed at least 65 people.
In the Iraqi capital's Shi'ite Muslim stronghold of Sadr City, a car bomb went off near the tent where a funeral was being held, before a suicide bomber driving a car blew himself up.
Police said a third explosion followed as emergency services arrived at the scene.
At least 120 others were wounded, medics said.
Basim Raheem, a 35-year-old witness, told Reuters: "Crowds of people were visiting the tent to offer their condolences when suddenly a powerful blast ... threw me to ground.
"When I tried to get up, a second blast happened. My clothes were covered with blood and human flesh. I thought I was wounded, but later discovered I was lying in a pool of others' blood."
In a separate incident, at least eight people were killed when a car bomb exploded in a busy street in the predominantly Shi'ite Ur district of northern Baghdad, police said.
Around 800 Iraqis were killed in acts of violence in August, according to the United Nations.