A katyusha rocket fired towards Baghdad's airport has hit a nearby house, killing seven members of the same family, a security source says.
The rocket was fired from the al-Jihad neighbourhood towards Baghdad International Airport but fell on a village west of the Iraqi capital, killing three people immediately, the source said.
The death toll increased to seven shortly afterwards.
Rocket attacks targeting the airport - and military bases hosting US-led forces or the Green zone, where embassies and government buildings are located - have become frequent in recent months amid tensions between Iraq and the United States.
Tensions heightened after the January killing of top Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad in a US attack.
Since then, Iran-backed militia in Iraq have vowed retaliation.
After he took office in May, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi vowed to organise paramilitary groups, who have been part of the fight against the Islamic State group, so they would only operate as part of government security bodies.
However, he has faced some push-back in the form of rocket attacks as well as the assassination and kidnapping of prominent figures.