132 Killed across Iraq as Airstrikes Continue

At least 132 were killed and 25 were killed in the violence:

A Yazidi woman who escaped her militant captor told the media that her three children were poisoned after being taken to Syria.

In Baghdad, a bomb killed three people and wounded 11 more.

Mortars killed three people and wounded another, including a woman and children, in Falluja.

In Mosul, 15 policemen were executed by firing squad. Militants also executed four clerics. Unidentified assailants killed two militants.

Three security members were wounded by a suicide bomber in Saqqara.

Airstrikes killed 23 militants in Albu Aath.

Eleven militants were killed and 13 were wounded during airstrikes in Hawija.

Airstrikes in Shiha left 15 militants dead.

In Baiji, 10 militants were killed.

Security forces killed eight militants in Husayba.

Nine militants were killed in Sagra.

In Saqlawiya, seven militants were killed.

Seven militants were executed in Ramadi for desertion.

In Assyria, security forces killed six militants, including a commander.

Five militants were killed in the Samarra region.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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