Judge Among 19 Iraqis Killed

At least 19 people were killed today and 28 more were wounded. Also, the Mosul head of a political party was survived an assassination attempt unscathed.

Four soldiers were killed and two more were wounded when an I.E.D. blasted their convoy as it traveled through Riyadh. Two brothers were wounded as they were building a bomb. Gunmen killed a man and wounded his son.

Gunmen killed four people and wounded three more on a Kirkuk street.

In Baghdad, two people were killed in a blast on Palestine Street. A blast killed one person and wounded five more in Ur.

In Shora, three soldiers were killed and four more were wounded in a roadside bomb attack.

Two people were killed and two more were wounded in a mortar attack on an Abu Ghraib home; four bystanders were also wounded.

While attempting to defuse a bomb in Hammam al-Alil, an explosives expert was killed and two policemen were wounded when the bomb exploded.

A car bomb in Tikrit killed a judge and critically wounded his wife.

A car bomb wounded two people at an Iskandariya parking garage.

In Mosul, a local Turkmen Front official survived an assassination attempt.

Author: Margaret Griffis

Margaret Griffis is a journalist from Miami Beach, Florida and has been covering Iraqi casualties for Antiwar.com since 2006.