It has been reported earlier that at least 131 people were killed and hundreds more injured following the explosions.
The attack, which claimed the lives of many children and injured hundreds of people, occurred early on Sunday in central Baghdad's majority-Shiite Karrada district, the Al Jazeera news channel reported, citing its own sources.
Another day, more Muslim murders #BanIslam RT @Khaqani_M: suicide bombing in #Baghdad's Karrada earlier. #Iraq pic.twitter.com/AM1RlIRrYj— MakeReligionsPayTax (@ReligionRetards) 2 July 2016
The early morning attack claimed a large number of casualties as many Iraqi families were on the streets during the last days of the holy month of Ramadan.
Terrifying scenes. #Baghdad pic.twitter.com/8cqIduPC75— Mustafa Al-Khaqani (@Khaqani_M) 2 July 2016
The attack was followed by a second explosion. An improvised explosive device went off the also majority-Shiite Shaab area of the Iraqi capital. The blast killed five people and injured 16, according to reports.
Daesh was recently pushed out of Fallujah by Iraqi forces, but the terrorist group still controls Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, which is located in northern Iraq.