BAGHDAD - At least three people were killed and seven others injured Tuesday by roadside bombs and a mortar attack in Baghdad, police said.
In southwest Baghdad, a roadside bomb exploded at 8 a.m., killing two civilians and wounding two others, CNN reported. An hour later, a roadside bomb exploded in southeast Baghdad's Zafaraniya neighborhood, killing one civilian and wounding three, police said.
Also in the Zafarniya neighborhood, a mortar hit a house, injuring two civilians, CNN said.
On Monday, three coalition troops -- two U.S. soldiers and one British soldier -- died in Iraq, the U.S. military said.
The British soldier died from gunshot wounds received while fighting in Basra, the British Ministry of Defense reported.
The U.S. military reported that a U.S. Marine was killed in combat in the Anbar province.
Another U.S. soldier died in a truck bombing in Kirkuk, CNN reported.
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