Two suicide bombers have killed at least 35 people and injured 90 in an attack on a Baghdad square where day labourers gather to look for work.
They set off their devices at intervals, sending people scattering across Tayaran Square in the centre of the Iraqi capital.
Scores of labourers are said to be among the dead and injured.
Attacks on the city had become less frequent since the Islamic State group lost its Iraqi strongholds last year.
The government declared it had retaken all territory overrun by the Sunni Muslim militants since 2014.