Militia Accused of Destroying Homes; 112 Killed in Iraq

Essa Al-Essawi, the mayor of Fallujah, accused Shi’ite militiamen of destroying civilian homes in Fallujah. Videos are circulating showing the alleged destruction.

Iraqi forces claim to have killed 1,300 militants in operations south of Mosul.

Due to protests, security forces in Baghdad have sealed off an area in Mansour that is near the Bahrain Embassy.

At least 112 were killed and 15 more were wounded:

Five civilians were executed in Hawija. Twenty militants were killed and 14 were wounded in strikes.

A roadside bomb killed three policemen in the Hamrin Mountains.

In Iskandariya, a landmine wounded a man.

Forty militants were killed during operations in Sheik Ali.

Turkmen forces in Zarka killed 28 militants.

Nine militants were killed in Albu Wawi.

Security forces killed six militants in Zankura.

In Mosul, militants executed a wali who had fled Fallujah.

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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.