Journalist Among 37 Killed in Iraq, 62 More Wounded

In Baghdad, a sticky bomb killed two people and wounded seven more on a bus in the Waziriya neighborhood. A car bomb killed three people and wounded four at a restaurant. Nine people were wounded in a bombing in Amil. A sticky bomb killed one person and wounded two more in Kasra.

Four people were killed and 11 more were wounded in a blast in Husseiniya.

A sticky bomb on a bus in Sadr City killed three and wounded 13 more.

In Mosul, a young, female news presenter was shot dead near her home. A bomb targeting an army patrol killed two civilians instead and wounded four more. Two people were killed and one other was wounded in a roadside blast. A soldier was gunned down while using public transportation.

A family of five was killed, including three Turkmen children, when bombs were detonated at a government employee’s home in Saidiya.

Three soldiers were killed and a fourth was wounded in shooting near the university in Tikrit.

In Tuz Khormato, a bombing killed two people and wounded three more. Two more were wounded in a separate blast.

A car bomb killed two soldiers and wounded three more in Muqdadiya.

In Kirkuk, gunmen killed two and wounded a third person.

Gunmen in Adhaim killed a civilian.

Gunmen killed a Sahwa member near Baquba.

In Mussayab, a sticky bomb killed a civilian.

Gunmen killed a construction worker in Tal Afar.

A sticky bomb critically wounded a government employee 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.