Insurgents in Iraq have detonated two car bombs outside an Iraqi National Guard facility near the flashpoint city of Fallujah.
U.S, military officials say the blasts wounded American and Iraqi forces, but no details were immediately available.
U.S. warplanes bombed insurgent strongholds in Fallujah late Saturday for a third time in 24 hours. Doctors say at least 15 people were killed and about 30 were wounded. The U.S. military says the airstrikes targeted militants linked to terror fugitive Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
Meanwhile, in Baghdad, witnesses say at least one person was killed when a rocket hit a side street in a busy shopping area in the heart of the city.
Information for this report is provided by AP, AFP and Reuters.