BAGHDAD (AFP) - Gun attacks and bombings in Iraq on Sunday killed seven people, including four anti-Qaeda militiamen killed in two roadside bombs, police and medics said. Two Sahwa, or Awakening Council, fighters were initially killed when their car was struck by a roadside bomb at around 0630 GMT in the Al-Nibaie area, police First Lieutenant Uday Sarhan said. When two other Sahwa fighters rushed to the scene of the blast, their vehicle was hit by another roadside bomb, killing both of the car's passengers and two nearby civilians, Sarhan said.