Fighting has displaced over 82,000 people in the Mosul region since October 17, according to the International Organization for Migration. Meanwhile, children remaining in Mosul are being sickened by unsanitary water.
At least 35 people were killed and 37 were wounded in recent violence:
Three militiamen were killed in Sharai village near Tal Afar, and their bodies were desecrated.
Gunmen in Kirkuk murdered the head of a radio station that broadcasts in Arabic, Kurdish, and Turkmen.
In Baghdad, a bomb wounded two civilians.
An airstrike on Hawija killed nine militants, including an agriculture minister.
Read more by Margaret Griffis
- Protests Enter Second Week; 14 Killed, 366 Wounded in Iraq – July 15th, 2018
- Two Killed, 33 Injured in Continuing Protests in Southern Iraq – July 14th, 2018
- Protests Spread Through Southern Provinces; 7 Killed, 57 Wounded in Iraq – July 13th, 2018
- Oil Field Protests Escalate; 13 Killed in Iraq – July 12th, 2018
- Large ISIS Convoy Crosses over from Syria; 27 Killed in Iraq – July 11th, 2018