BAGHDAD (AFP) - Coordinated bombings against provincial government offices in the western Iraqi city of Ramadi killed at least three people on Tuesday, while shootings in the capital left three policemen dead. Three explosions a car bomb followed by two suicide attacks just minutes apart in Ramadi, 100 kilometres (60 miles) west of Baghdad, struck against Anbar provincial offices in the centre of the city Tuesday afternoon. Three people were killed and 10 were wounded, according to an Iraqi army official and a doctor at Ramadi general hospital. Three bombs targeted the building of the Anbar provincial government in the centre of Ramadi, the army official said. The car bomb exploded near the eastern entrance leading to the govt offices. Seven minutes later, two suicide bombers wearing explosives belts blew themselves up at the western entrances to the offices. Ramadi has been the target of frequent attacks in recent months. On January 17, a suicide bomber blew up an explosives-packed car in a convoy carrying Anbar governor Qassim Mohammed Abid, wounding three bodyguards and six policemen but leaving Abid unharmed. Anbar govt offices were also targeted by attackers three times in 2010, and on December 30, 2009, Abid lost his left hand in a suicide attack that killed 23 people and wounded 30.