64 Killed in Iraq as Kurds Report Spy Planes

Kurdish forces reported firing upon unidentified aircraft near Kirkuk, after confirming with Coalition forces that the planes did not belong to them.

At least 61 were killed and 29 were wounded:

In Baghdad, a bomb killed one person and wounded five more. Gunmen killed a civilian. Fourteen militants were killed and six were wounded in various locations.

Gunmen killed four soldiers near Kabba.

Three female doctors were executed in Badush.

In Mosul, three Kurds were executed for refusing to join the militants.

Two people were killed and six were wounded by a blast in Mahmoudiya.

Militants killed a militiaman near his home in Abu Saida.

In Aouinat, security forces killed 10 militants.

Seven militants were killed and 11 were wounded during clashes in Albu Shejil.

In Sinjar, four suicide bombers were killed.

In Garma, security forces killed a suicide bomber. Four more militants were killed separately, and a fifth one was wounded.

Security forces killed four militants in Ba’shiqah.

A militant was killed in Albu Hayat.

A militant was killed in Fat’ha.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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