Gunmen, Bombs Kill 27 Iraqis, Wound 27 More

In Baghdad, gunmen killed a Sahwa member, his wife, four sons, and a daughter in law at their home in Doura. A sticky bomb killed a lawyer.

Two people were killed and 12 more were wounded when gunmen attacked a bus carrying Shi’ite pilgrims in Balad.

In Mosul, a blast killed three policemen and wounded two more.  Gunmen killed the owner of a gold shop.

A bomb in Baiji killed three soldiers and wounded a fourth.

Two policemen were killed and four more were wounded in a tanker explosion near Samarra yesterday.

A sticky bomb killed a policeman and wounded his brother in Dujail.

A Sahwa member was killed and two others were wounded in Yathrib when a sticky bomb exploded at a checkpoint.

In Ramadi, gunmen killed an imam. Two policemen were wounded in a roadside blast.

Gunmen killed a policeman in Abu Saida.

A bomb wounded a farmer and his wife in Adhaim.

In Tikrit, a sticky bomb wounded a civilian.

Gunmen wearing military uniforms kidnapped a sheikh in Basra.

Four al-Qaeda suspects were killed when local Arab tribesmen attacked their hideout in Kirkuk.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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