At least 18 Iraqis were killed and 15 more were wounded in a number of attacks that focused on Baghdad and nearby cities. Two U.S. soldiers were killed in a non-hostile incident as well. Meanwhile, Iran shelled parts of Iraqi Kurdistan but no casualties were reported there.
Gunmen in Yusufiya stormed the home of a college lecturer who had been killed two years ago. Today they killed six of his sons and wounded his wife and two daughters.
A bomb killed six Sahwa members in Jurf al-Sakhar, who were digging the bomb up in the belief it was a half-buried body.
In Baghdad, a bomb wounded three people, including one civilian, in Mansour. Gunmen killed a Sahwa member in Doura. Also in Doura, a bomb killed a director general and his bodyguard and wounded three more; the director worked at the Interior Ministry. A bomb wounded a director general from the National Investment Commission and wounded his bodyguard also. A policeman was wounded in a shooting in the southwest
A roadside bomb near Kirkuk killed one soldier and wounded two more.
In Mosul, gunmen killed two policemen.
An E.F.P. targeting a U.S. patrol near Nasariya damaged a vehicle but left no casualties.
Read more by Margaret Griffis
- Protests Enter Second Week; 14 Killed, 366 Wounded in Iraq – July 15th, 2018
- Two Killed, 33 Injured in Continuing Protests in Southern Iraq – July 14th, 2018
- Protests Spread Through Southern Provinces; 7 Killed, 57 Wounded in Iraq – July 13th, 2018
- Oil Field Protests Escalate; 13 Killed in Iraq – July 12th, 2018
- Large ISIS Convoy Crosses over from Syria; 27 Killed in Iraq – July 11th, 2018