Ten Killed in Iraq, Including Iranian Exile

At least 10 people were killed nine more were wounded in the latest violence. Although one fatality was a heart attack, his colleagues are blaming the Iraqi government for withholding medical care.

At least 10 people were killed nine more were wounded in the latest violence. Although one fatality was a heart attack, his colleagues are blaming the Iraqi government for withholding medical care.

The Mujahedeen al-Khalq accused the Iraqi government of interfering with the medical treatment of one exile, who later died of a heart attack at Camp Liberty.

In Samarra, two policemen were shot dead at a shrine. Three more policemen were killed at a polling station. A civilian was kidnapped.

In Mosul, a man was killed and his wife was wounded in a shooting. A taxi driver was bludgeoned to death at his home. Gunmen killed the owner of a produce market.

Gunmen killed a man and wounded his brother during a home invasion in Muqdadiya.

Six people were wounded in two separate bombings in Baghdad. A bag filled with grenades was found.

An ambulance driver was shot and wounded in Kirkuk.

Two bombs were defused in Tikrit.

A bomb in Hashimiya was defused.

Two men driving a car bomb in Najaf were arrested.

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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.