Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- Four people died and dozens were wounded Monday in two attacks north of Baghdad, police said.
The fatalities occurred when a car bomb exploded Monday evening outside a popular coffee shop in a Shiite area of western Baquba, police said. At least 20 people were wounded in the attack 60 kilometers (about 35 miles) north of the capital, police added.
Monday morning, a suicide car bomber attacked a British construction firm's convoy in eastern Mosul, critically wounding six Iraqis, police said.
Mosul is 460 kilometers (285 miles) north of Baghdad.