Two bomb blasts near shops in the commercial district of Karrada in central Baghdad wounded four civilians on Thursday, while two other bomb attacks in the south of the capital left three soldiers and three civilians injured, a foreign news agency reported. Meanwhile, two roadside bombs have exploded near a mosque in the northern Iraqi city of Ramadi, some 115 km west of Baghdad, killing at least four and wounding another 24. A local police source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the bombs went off as worshippers were leaving the Harun al-Rashid Mosque in central Ramadi after evening prayers on Thursday.