BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- A truck bomb killed seven people, including six police officers, in a town north of Baghdad Sunday, police said.
Police said the bomb was remotely detonated when officers went to check on a small truck parked by the side of a road in Duluiya, north of Baghdad.
The explosion killed six officers and a member of the local Awakening Council, which are mostly Sunni groups that have turned against al Qaeda in Iraq, thus becoming their targets.
Two other officers and another Awakening Council member were also hurt in the blast.
In Diyala province, security guards at a checkpoint outside the al-Wajihiya City Council Center fired on a woman wearing an explosive vest, triggering her explosives, Baquba police said.
One person was wounded in the attack, which occurred around 7:30 a.m. The suicide bomber was killed.