BAGHDAD (AFP) - Attacks around Iraq left nine people dead on Sunday, including six members of a family killed by a suicide bomber north of Baghdad, security sources said. The suicide attack targeted Taleb al-Obeidi, leader of an anti-Al-Qaeda militia in the Sunni Bouslabi area near Duluya, 90 kilometres north of the Iraqi capital, killing six family members. The bomber detonated his explosives-laden belt while the family was in the garden of their home, killing the militia leader himself, two of his wives and three of his children, the source said. Also, near the Shaab stadium in the north of the capital, Tahsin Jamal Abdullah, an oil ministry technician, was killed by unknown assailants.