An estimated 30 people were killed and more than 110 wounded Monday in a wave of bomb attacks in Baghdad, U.S.-led coalition and Iraqi officials said.
At least three other bomb attacks were reported Monday morning on Iraqi police stations across Baghdad, but a fourth one was thwarted. Coalition officials said that two U.S. soldiers died in one of these bombings and an unknown number of U.S. troops were injured.
An Iraqi policeman was killed and five were wounded, the officials said.
These attacks came a day after four U.S. soldiers were killed in Iraq -- including one in a rocket attack on Baghdad's Rashid Hotel.
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