ISIS Executing Deserters in Iraq; 190 Killed

At least 190 were killed, and another 13 were wounded. Most of the dead were militants, including those reportedly executed by their own forces.

According to the Iraq government, Islamic State militants have killed at least 6,000 Yazidis and Turkmen during their occupation of northern Iraq.

In Mosul, ISIS/DAASH executed five Yazidi women. They also reportedly executed fifty deserters. An airstrike killed two militants.

Mortars in Muqdadiya killed a married couple and wounded four others. A woman was killed. Gunmen killed a leader in the Dulaimi tribe.

Near al-Baghdadi, an Iraqi commander was killed. Several villages were freed.

In Baghdad, a roadside bomb wounded four in Karrada.

A blast in Yusufiya wounded one civilian.

A car bomb in Makhmour wounded four Peshmerga.

Sinjar is said to be completely liberated.

Several villages in the Yathrib area were recaptured.

Forces also took control of several Tal Afar villages and the airport, where clashes took place.

Fifty militants were killed duing fighting in Haditha.

Baiji came under heavy attack again. Security forces killed 34 militants. Jaysat tribal fighters killed 13 militants.

Heavy fighting took place in Hit, but the number of casualties was not released.

An airstrike in western Anbar left 16 militants dead.

Twelve militants were killed near al-Malahma.

A helicopter strike killed three militants in Albu Dehen.

An airstrike in Falluja left several militants dead.

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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.