Fresh Attacks Leave 29 Dead, 76 Wounded in Iraq

The violence spread east and south from Baghdad in Diyala and Babil provinces. A least 29 people were killed and 76 more were wounded.

Five people were killed and 17 more were wounded in a blast at a restaurant in Mualimeen.

In Iskandariya, a suicide bomber was shot by police, but he still managed to kill two policemen and wound three citizens; at least two more were wounded. A car bomb left two dead and nine wounded.

A bomb at a Saidiya market left three dead and 11 wounded.

In Gatoun, a bomb killed four people and wounded two more.

A blast in Mussayab left three dead and two wounded.

In Mosul, security forces killed a suicide bomber. Two insurgents were wounded during capture. A bomb wounded fourteen people, including eight civilians.

A car bomb in Falluja killed three people.

One person was killed and three more were wounded in a blast near a Mahaweel police station.

A policeman was gunned down and his brother was wounded in Muqdadiya.

In Baghdad, a Sunni Endowment employee was shot dead while in the Adhamiya district. A bomb killed one person and wounded five more.

Four policemen were wounded in a blast targeting a police chief in Hammam al-Alil.

A sticky bomb wounded a civilian in Tikrit.

In Jurf al-Sakhar, the body of an insurgent was discovered bearing gunshot wounds.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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