Family of Six Among 15 Killed, 31 Wounded Across Iraq

Gunmen stormed a Sahwa member’s home in Nibaie, where they killed him and five relatives, including three females.

In Mosul, a bomb targeting an oil protection patrol killed two of the policemen and wounded six more. Gunmen killed a provincial adviser. A sticky bomb killed a civilian. Three civilians were wounded in two bombings. A child was wounded in a blast. Separately, a mokhtar was kidnapped.

In Abu Ghraib, a bomb near an official’s home killed two neighbors and wounded four more. One person was killed and five more were wounded near the home of a ministry employee.

Gunmen killed a soldier and wounded two more in Qaim.

The body of a kidnapped 11-year-old was found in Kut.

In Baquba, a double bombing at a cafe wounded seven people.

Sticky bombs in Suleimaniya wounded two Peshmerga officers.

One policeman was wounded in a bombing in Yathrib.

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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.