Suicide Bombers Target Security Personnel Across Iraq; 67 Killed, 98 Wounded

Suicide bombers attacked several security-oriented locations across Iraq. In those and other attacks at least 67 people were killed and 98 more were wounded. Bombers briefly held one police station hostage in Tikrit.

Three suicide bombers attacked a government building in Tikrit and held a number of people hostage. At least 22 were killed and 30 more were wounded, most of them policemen. A fourth bomber escaped. In a separate attack, a sticky bomb wounded a major.

At a Tarmiya government center, two roadside bombs followed by two suicide bombers left 10 dead and at least 12 wounded.

In Baghdad, a car bomb killed six people and wounded 13 more in Bayaa. A bomb in Amiriya killed one person and wounded four more.

Balad Ruz, one civilian was killed and eight more were wounded in a blast. A sticky bomb exploded at a garage, killing one civilian and wounding four more. A suicide bomber killed two policemen and wounded four more. Another suicide bomber was killed in a separate event.

Gunmen killed seven civilians who were on a hunting trip near Wadi Horan.

Two people were killed and eight more were wounded during a blast at a vegetable market in Abu Ghraib.

In Mosul, gunmen killed a lieutenant colonel. An intelligence agent was gunned down. A university employee was injured in a bombing.

One person was killed and four more were wounded by a blast in Tuz Khormato.

A blast killed a policeman and wounded two more in Haswa.

A roadside bomb in Qaim killed a driver and wounded his passenger.

Gunman killed a village major in Jazira.

A suicide bomber in Mkieshifa only wounded three policemen.

An I.E.D. wounded two people in Harouniya.

In Muqdadiya, one gunman was killed and another was wounded as they tried to assemble a bomb.

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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.