Bombers Kill, Wound Scores in Baghdad; 83 Killed Across Iraq

The Pentagon announced that no mustard gas residue was found on the remains of a rocket launched at U.S. forces near Qayara last week.

At least 83 people were killed and 79 more were wounded:

In Baghdad, a suicide bomber in Bayaa killed nine people and wounded thirty more. Eight people were killed and 29 were wounded in a suicide blast in Baghdad al-Jadida. A bomb killed one person and wounded five more in Rezvaniyeh.

A bomb in Iskandariya wounded a civilian.

A shepherd was killed by a bomb in Qara Tapa.

An airstrike killed 28 militants and wounded 14 more at the Khazar front.

In Bashiqa, Peshmerga artillery strikes killed 11 militants.

Eight militants were killed in a strike on Aski Mosul.

A strike killed seven militants in Tal Afar.

An airstrike on Abu Saif killed three militant leaders and several guards.

In Hamdaniya, a strike killed four militant leaders.

In Mosul, resistance forces killed a militant leader.

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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.