Four people have been killed in explosions in central Iraq. Witnesses say one person died and at least 10 others were wounded in Baghdad, when a rocket slammed into a busy street in (Mansur) a residential area not far from coalition headquarters.
At least one other rocket landed close to the headquarters, located in the so-called Green Zone in central Baghdad, but there were no reports that anyone was seriously hurt.
Meanwhile, north of the capital near the town of Baquba, a blast outside a police station today (Sunday) killed an Iraqi policeman and wounded two others.
Earlier, U.S. military officials said two American soldiers were killed and seven others wounded late Saturday in a rocket attack near Fallujah, 50 kilometers west of Baghdad.
The central Iraqi town is known as a hotbed of resistance to coalition troops, and has been the site of frequent attacks since U.S. - led forces ousted Saddam Hussein's government last year.
Coalition forces toppled the regime three weeks after entering the country one year ago.
Information for this report is provided by AP, AFP and Reuters.