41 Killed in Iraq; Bombs a Daily Ritual for Baghdad

According to Peshmerga officials, Finland is planning to deploy 50 additional trainers to Kurdistan.

At least 41 people were killed and 23 were wounded:

Seven decomposed bodies were discovered near Hussein Islam village.

In Baghdad, a bomb in Shaab killed two people and wounded five more. Two soldiers were killed and five were wounded by a blast in Arab Jabour.

Militants killed a woman for hurling stones at them in Shirqat. She was trying to avenge the death of her son who was killed by militants as they were trying to flee the city. Security forces killed a bomber.

A bomb at a park in Madaen left eight people with injuries.

Four torture victims were liberated in Samarra.

A sniper wounded a civilian trying to escape Rashad.

Nine militants were killed in an explosion at a Rawa arms factory.

Strikes on Khorsabad left nine militants dead.

Unidentified gunmen killed four militants in Qaim, including a leader.

In Tal Afar, strikes left four militants dead.

A suicide bomber were killed in Telul Alpaq.

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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.