All of the deadly incidents occurred on Tuesday.
In the Shaab neighborhood of northern Baghdad, two car bombs killed nine people, including a policeman, and injured 24 people.
In the Shula neighborhood of northern Baghdad, a bomb exploded in a busy market and then a second bomb blew up when rescuers arrived at the scene. Twelve people were killed, including two policemen, and twenty-seven people were injured in the twin bombing.
In a market in Kamaliya, an eastern suburb of Baghdad, a car bomb killed five civilians and injured sixteen people.
In a commercial area in the Dora neighborhood of southern Baghdad, a car bomb killed four people and injured fifteen.
Elsewhere in the capital, two civilians were killed and 12 injured in a car bombing in the Amiriyah neighborhood, and three people were killed and 13 injured in another car bomb attack in the Hurriyah neighborhood.
In Abu Ghraib, a western suburb of Baghdad, a government-allied militiaman was killed and two other militiamen were wounded when a bomb attached to their car exploded.
Another car bomb killed three civilians and injured six people in Abu Ghraib.
In other incidents in Baghdad, a barber was gunned down by men driving in a speeding car, and a physician was killed when a bomb attached to his car exploded.
Outside the city of Baqouba, about 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, a bomber killed himself and four other people at a funeral. Seventeen people were injured in the attack.
In Baaj, a town near the Syrian border, clashes broke out between Iraqi security forces and militants which left four policemen and seven militants dead.
The incidents are the latest in a string of attacks across Iraq that have left more than 2,000 people dead since the beginning of April.