At least 23 people were killed in a series of explosions in Iraq on Monday. There were a total of 15 shootings and bombings in 13 towns throughout the country. Blasts near a home in the town of Mussayeb killed seven members of the same family. In the northern city of Hilla, a bomb was exploded near the convoy of the governor of Babil province, missing the governor, but killing one other person. Meanwhile, explosions in Iraq’s disputed territories killed at least three more people. Violence in Iraq has declined in the last few years, but attacks still occur nearly every day.