Baghdad Bombed; 16 Iraqis Killed, 51 Wounded Overall

In Baghdad, one person was killed and six more were wounded when a bomb exploded near the Zein al-Abideen mosque. A bomb at a coffee shop killed three people and wounded 13 others in Jamiaa. Mortar fire that immediately followed the bombing killed three people and wounded 14 more.

Gunmen in Mahmoudiya killed the mayor and his son during a home invasion.

A bomb killed a politician and wounded two bodyguards in Kirkuk. A bomb injured a policeman and a civilian.

In Tikrit, gunmen killed one policeman and wounded another. A bomb wounded a policeman.

A bomb in Abu Ghraib killed one person and wounded four more.

In Mosul, one policeman was killed and another wounded in a grenade attack.

Protesters in Anbar province reportedly attacked a construction project at a protest site, killing one engineer and wounding three others.

In Taji, gunmen killed two soldiers and wounded a third one.

An I.E.D. wounded a soldier and a civilian in Kirkuk.

In Qaim, an I.E.D. wounded the director of the local passport agency.

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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.