Bodies Plucked from Rubble in Mosul; 162 Killed in Iraq

Najm al-Jubouri, commander of Mosul operations, believes that 4,000 militants have been killed in operations in and around Mosul. About half of them were killed in airstrikes.

At least 162 were killed and 14 were wounded:

In Mosul, the bodies of 20 civilians were discovered in the rubble of a building believed destroyed by Daesh; however, they could have been killed in Wednesday’s heavy artillery strikes. Three women were executed for not following commands to evacuate. Clashes left 20 militants dead. Three suicide bombers were killed.

Gunmen killed two Turkmen in Kutan.

A father and his soon were killed by gunmen in Kirkuk.

An I.E.D. in Abu Ghraib killed one policeman and wounded two more.

Near Mansouriya, a bomb killed an oil police officer and two bodyguards.

A bomb killed one civilian and wounded another in Arab Jabour.

Nine civilians were wounded in six separate Baghdad bombings.

Turkey announced that strikes targeting Kurdistan Workers Party (P.K.K.) on November 11 left 29 guerrillas dead near Zab.

An airstrike at a gathering near Tel Abta left 70 militants dead, including 20 commanders.

Security forces killed five militants and wounded others in Mizeri.

Five militants were killed in a strike on Rawa.

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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.