(Newsroom America) -- A series of attacks in 11 cities across Iraq on Sunday killed more than 90 people and injured more than 200 others, according to reports.
The attacks reportedly targeted Iraqi security forces, police recruits and markets, and involved both bombs and attacks by gunmen.
The United Nations envoy in Iraq, Martin Kobler, spoke out against the attacks for which no-one has claimed responsibility, although Iraqi officials reportedly suspected minority Sunni al-Qaida militants.
“I strongly condemn the heinous attacks and the senseless violence that, once again, have claimed dozens of lives,” said Mr Kobler.
“My thoughts are with all those who've suffered the loss of a loved one today, and I wish a speedy recovery to those who were wounded,” he said.
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