Mosul Executions Continue; 156 Killed across Iraq

The Iraqi Parliament has passed an anti-corruption plan proposed by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. The vote on the plan was unanimous.

At least 156 were killed and one more was wounded:

In Mosul, an unknown number of people were executed for helping Yazidi women escape to Dohuk.

Three youths were executed for trying to escape from Hawija. Fifteen militants were killed in an airstrike.

In Qayara, two Jabour tribe elders were executed after being removed from their homes.

Gunmen killed a police lieutenant colonel in Tuz.

In Mkesheifa, an airstrike left 49 militants dead.

Shi’ite militiamen shelled Garma and killed 28 militants. Clashes left another five dead, including a militant commander.

Twenty militants were killed in Albu Hayat.

Eleven militants were killed during clashes in al-Hayy.

In Albu Shajal and al-Malahma, seven militants were killed.

Airstrikes killed six militants in Rutba.

Five militants were killed in Husayba al-Sharkiya.

In Msheihda, three militants were killed.

A sniper was killed in al-Madhiq.

An airstrike on Falluja injured a wali.

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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.