At least 11 Iraqis were killed and 17 more were wounded in new violence. Insurgents are now targeting power lines importing electricity into Iraq from Iran. Despite great oil wealth, Iraq has little ability to produce its own electricity, and this has lead to riots, particularly in the summertime.
A blast in Abu Ghraib killed one policeman and wounded three more.
In Mosul, a lawyer and a professor were killed in separate shootings.
In Duluiya, the police chief was killed and two others were wounded in a sticky bomb blast.
An I.E.D. blast injured a Sahwa member in Mussayab.
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