Christians attacked in Baghdad; 127 Killed in Iraq

At least 127 were killed and 30 were wounded:

An airstrike killed 20 civilians in Baaj and wounded many more.

In Baghdad, gunmen shot up two Christian-owned liquor stores in the Ghadeer district killing three people and wounding four more. (This may be the same attack reported yesterday as a bombing that killed nine.) Bombings in Nahrawan and Suwaib left six dead and 15 wounded. Three people were wounded, including a policeman, in a Mashtal bombing. A bombing in Bayaa left no casualties.

Four people were killed in a roadside bombing as they tried to escape Morra village in Riyadh.

A dumped body was found in Juba Shahban.

A bombing wounded four people Ramadi.

Fighting in eastern Mosul left 51 militants dead. An airstrike on Wahda district killed 25 militants. South of the city, 21 militants were killed in a failed attack.

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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.