Friday: 11 Iraqis Killed, 34 Wounded

At least 11 Iraqis were killed and 34 more were wounded in the latest attacks. Deaths also occurred in Kurdish rebel-related attacks across the border in both Turkey and Iran.

In Baghdad, a blast killed three people and wounded nine more in Mansour; first responders had gathered at the site of a previous blast.

Gunmen killed three guards and wounded a fourth at a garbage company in Baquba; the injured man died later; a civilian was also killed. A related car bomb wounded eight people.

A pharmacist was shot to death in Abu Ghraib. Two policemen were wounded in a separate roadside bombing.

In Kirkuk, gunmen killed a doctor.

Seven people were wounded in Tarmiya when gunmen detonated explosives at their home.

A roadside bomb wounded four policemen in Muqdadiya.

In Mosul, security forces killed a gunman and wounded two others. A hand grenade wounded a policeman. A soldier was injured when a mortar exploded.

The mayor of Wiza said that 60 families have been displaced by Iranian shelling.

An Iraqi official accused the US of carrying out intensified patrols in Diwaniya and arresting suspects without knowledge of the local government.

In Iran, six Revolutionary Guards were killed in a landmine explosion blamed on Kurdish rebels.

Turkish forces killed two Kurdish rebels in southeastern Turkey.

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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.