Saturday: 7 Iraqis Killed, 6 Wounded

At least seven Iraqis were killed and six more were wounded in light violence. Security officials across the country are re-evaluating their plans after two days of devastating attacks in Baghdad this week.

In Fallujah, a pair of bombs killed a woman and wounded four family members.

A bomb in Qayara killed two policemen and a soldier.

A 10-year-old child and a soldier were killed during a blast in Hammam al-Aleel.

Gunmen killed the head of the local Awakening Council in Jurf al-Sakhar.

In Mosul, two soldiers were wounded during an ambush. A curfew is in effect.

Defense Minister Abdulqadir al-Obeidi met with officials in Diyala province to discuss security concerns. Eight suspects were captured.

The Justice Ministry released 187 innocent detainees from prisons in Baghdad and Basra.

Nine suspects were arrested in Basra province.

Twelve Iraqis, including five border guards, were arrested for smuggling tobacco across the Syrian border into Iraq. Two more Iraqis were detained for smuggling arms in a separate incident.

Missan province implemented a new security plan in Missan province.

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Author: Margaret Griffis

Margaret Griffis is a journalist from Miami Beach, Florida and has
been covering Iraqi casualties for Antiwar.com since 2006.