RAMADI (AFP) - Four women and three children were among eight people killed by bombings across Iraq on Sunday, security and medical officials said. In the deadliest attack, a car bomb exploded in a popular market in the centre of the western town of Haditha at 10:30 am (0730 GMT), when police are usually on patrol in the area, said one officer who declined to be identified. We received seven killed, four women and three children, and 17 wounded, including women and children, Doctor Ahmed Hussein from Haditha hospital said. An Iraqi army captain in Haditha, who also spoke on condition of anonymity, confirmed the toll at seven dead but said more than 20 were injured. The police officer said a parked car exploded near the market, which is routinely visited by a police patrol at around the same time each day, seriously damaging several shops and turning two cars into burnt-out wrecks. Its probably Al-Qaeda, who wanted to target Iraqi security forces and civilians, he said. In another attack on Sunday in the predominantly Sunni district of Aadhimiyah in northwest Baghdad, a roadside bomb hidden in rubbish near a mosque killed one person and wounded three others, a security official said.