At least five people were killed in twin suicide blasts near a Shiite mosque in southwest Baghdad on Monday, Iraqi security and medical sources said.
Doctors at the capital’s al-Yarmuk hospital gave a casualty toll of five dead and 14 wounded.
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up near Abu al-Fadhel al-Abbas mosque in the Al-Turath district, a police officer told AFP, on condition of anonymity.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility.
But sleeper cells of the extremist group have remained active, attacking civilians and security forces across the Shiite-majority country.