Unexploded Bombs List Sent to Baghdad; 33 Killed in Iraq

Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend announced that the United States gave the Iraqi government the locations of 81 sites in Mosul known to have unexploded bombs. The rare release of classified bomb information was done, Townsend says, as a matter of public safety.

Thousands of demonstrators participated in an independence rally in Erbil.

At least 33 people were killed and 17 more were wounded:

In Qaim, militants executed five people for trying to flee. An airstrike killed a militant commander.

A bomb placed near brick kilns in Nahrawan killed one person and wounded four others.

In Baghdad, one person was killed and eight were wounded during a bombing in Basmaya. Mortars wounded three civilians in Radwaniya.

Two soldiers were wounded in a blast in Sadr al-Yusufiya.

Militiamen killed at least a dozen militants in Tal Safuq.

In Zuwiya, seven militants were killed.

Airstrikes on Hawija left five militants dead including a commander. Militants killed one of their commanders.

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Margaret Griffis is a journalist from Miami Beach, Florida and has been covering Iraqi casualties for Antiwar.com since 2006.