Two Generals among 75 Killed across Iraq

Although a report on the fall of Mosul to Islamic State militants last year has not been released to the public just yet, the Washington Post has obtained a copy of the damning report.

At least 75 were killed and 68 were wounded in fresh attacks.

A suicide bomber in Jerayshi killed two generals and three other people. At least 10 people were wounded. One of the generals was Kurdish but worked for the Iraqi army. At least two militants were killed in a separate event.

In Qayara, militants executed 11 people, including three lawyers.

A bomb killed at least three and wounded seven in Kirkuk.

In Baghdad, a blast left two dead and five wounded in Hurriya. Two people were killed and nine more were wounded by a blast in Shuhada.

A bomb killed one person and wounded eight more in Taji.

An airstrike on Falluja killed one person and wounded two more.

The number of Peshmerga casualties that occurred during recent fighting in Daquq was increased by one dead and eight wounded.

Unidentified gunmen stormed the home of a militant in Kubeisa, where they killed the militant’s son. They then headed towards Hit, killing six militants at a checkpoint.

Airstrikes killed 18 militants and wounded 20 more in Albu Shejil.

In Khalidiya, nine militants were killed.

Eight militants were killed in Badush.

In Baghdadi, four militants were killed.

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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.