Tuesday: 1 GI, 1 Briton, 63 Iraqis Killed, 47 Wounded; al-Masri Reported Killed

Updated at 6:30 p.m. EDT, May 1, 2007At least 63 Iraqis were killed or found dead and 47 Iraqis were wounded in violent attacks. In unconfirmed reports, the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Ayoub al-Masry, was reported killed as well. Also, one GI and one British soldier were killed in separate non-combat incidents. The … Continue reading “Tuesday: 1 GI, 1 Briton, 63 Iraqis Killed, 47 Wounded; al-Masri Reported Killed”

Monday: 1 Marine, 119 Iraqis Killed; 158 Iraqis Wounded

Updated at 1:06 a.m, May 1, 2007At least 119 Iraqis were killed or wounded today and another 158 Iraqis were injured, thanks to the ongoing violence in the country. Significant bombings took place in Baghdad and Mosul, while a police station was attack in Mosul. Also, a Marine was killed in Anbar province. The U.S. … Continue reading “Monday: 1 Marine, 119 Iraqis Killed; 158 Iraqis Wounded”

Sunday: 4 GIs, 1 British Soldier, 72 Iraqis Killed; 47 Iraqis Wounded

Updated at 12:35 a.m. EDT, April 30, 2007Violence subsided a day after a significant attack in Karbala. However, at least 72 Iraqis were reported killed and 47 wounded in violence today. Three American soldiers were killed in eastern Baghdad today, when they struck a roadside bomb; an Iraqi interpreter was also killed. Another GI was … Continue reading “Sunday: 4 GIs, 1 British Soldier, 72 Iraqis Killed; 47 Iraqis Wounded”

Saturday: 9 GIs, 163 Iraqis Killed; 222 Iraqis Wounded

Updated at 11:28 p.m. EDT, April 28, 2007On what would have been Saddam Hussein’s 70th birthday, a car bomb in Karbala killed or injured dozens near a holy shrine. Five Red Crescent workers were shot dead in Baghdad. Dumped bodies were found in Baghdad, Mosul, Mahmudiya, Baquba and Mahaweel as well. Overall, at least 163 … Continue reading “Saturday: 9 GIs, 163 Iraqis Killed; 222 Iraqis Wounded”

Friday: 3 GIs, 47 Iraqis Killed; 37 Iraqis Wounded

Updated at 11:59 p.m. EDT, April 27, 2007As usual, Fridays are quiet in Iraq, and this day was no exception. Only 47 Iraqis were reported killed or found dead and 37 Iraqis were wounded in attacks. Also, three Marines were killed in Anbar Province during combat operations.Friday is the weekly prayer day. In order to … Continue reading “Friday: 3 GIs, 47 Iraqis Killed; 37 Iraqis Wounded”

Thursday: 90 Iraqis Killed, 158 Wounded

Updated at 12:25 a.m. EDT, April 27, 2007Today U.S. General David Petraus spoke on the situation in Iraq and called it "the most complex and challenging I have ever seen." Meanwhile at least 90 Iraqis were reported killed or found dead and another 158 Iraqis were wounded in violent attacks that including a triple bombing … Continue reading “Thursday: 90 Iraqis Killed, 158 Wounded”

Wednesday: 1 GI, 1 Briton, 52 Iraqis Killed; 80 Iraqis Wounded

Updated at 12:45 a.m EDT, April, 26, 2007Violence in Iraq was at a moderate level on Wednesday as the UN scolded the Iraqi government for holding back figures on civilian deaths. Overall, the media reported that 52 Iraqis were killed or found dead today and 80 were injured in violent attacks. The U.S. military reported … Continue reading “Wednesday: 1 GI, 1 Briton, 52 Iraqis Killed; 80 Iraqis Wounded”

Tuesday: 3 GIs, 74 Iraqis Killed; 110 Iraqis Wounded

Updated at 12:15 a.m. EDT, April 25, 2007A day after a major attack against U.S. forces in Diyala province, two more U.S. servicemembers are reported killed in an unconfirmed incident in Karbala. However, the U.S. military did confirm that a Marine was killed today in Anbar province conducting combar operations. At least 74 Iraqis were … Continue reading “Tuesday: 3 GIs, 74 Iraqis Killed; 110 Iraqis Wounded”

Monday: 10 GIs, 1 Briton, 107 Iraqis Killed; 20 GIs, 6 Britons, 161 Iraqis Wounded

Updated at 11:51 p.m. EDT, April 23, 2007At least 107 Iraqis were killed or found dead today and 161 Iraqis were wounded in violent attacks. Significant bombings took place in Baghdad, Mosul, Ramadi and Baquba. No foreign casualties were reported. At least 10 GIs and one British soldier were killed in separate attacks, including a … Continue reading “Monday: 10 GIs, 1 Briton, 107 Iraqis Killed; 20 GIs, 6 Britons, 161 Iraqis Wounded”