Monday: 1 US Soldier, 45 Iraqis Killed; 176 Iraqis Wounded

Updated at 8:25 p.m. EDT, Apr. 6, 2009 At least 45 people were killed and 1765 more were wounded across the country. Baghdad suffered a devastating series of car bombings this morning, while Mosul was unusually quiet. In Diyala province, a U.S. soldier was killed by hostile fire during operations. Also, jury selection has begun in the United States for the trial of a U.S. soldier accused of murdering an Iraqi family while deployed.

Sunday: 13 Iraqis Killed, 34 Wounded

Updated at 7:42 p.m. EDT, Apr. 5, 2009 At least 13 Iraqis were killed and 34 more were wounded in the latest attacks. Meanwhile, the president of the Palestinian National Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, is in Iraq. No Coalition deaths were reported, but a U.S. soldier was taken into custody and charged with the murder of a contractor last month.

Tuesday: 10 Iraqis Killed, 58 Wounded

Updated at 7:20 p.m. EDT, Mar. 31, 2009 A suicide bomber in Mosul took the lion’s share of today’s casualties. Overall, at least 10 Iraqis were killed and 58 more were wounded across the country. A U.S. Marine died Tuesday in a non-combat incident as well. Meanwhile, Iraq has implemented the use of unmanned aircraft to monitor the borders. Also, falling oil income has put a crimp in government spending.

Monday: 15 Iraqis Killed, 19 Wounded

Updated at 8:55 p.m. EDT, Mar. 30, 2009 Calm may have returned to central Baghdad, but violence continued over much of Iraq. At least 15 Iraqis were killed and 19 more were wounded in various attacks. No Coalition deaths were reported, but a U.S. soldier was convicted of murdering four Iraqis in his care, and sentenced to 35 years in prison. Also, the British will hand over their base at the Basra airport to U.S. forces tomorrow.

Sunday: 10 Iraqis Killed, 72 Wounded

Updated at 6:35 p.m. EDT, Mar. 29, 2009 At least 10 Iraqis were killed and 72 more were wounded, mostly in bomb blasts across the country. Rioting and arrests continued in Baghdad’s Fadhil neighborhood. No Coalition deaths were reported, but British troops are on a general suicide watch even though they have begun their drawdown. Also, a U.N. report is expected to suggest a number of power-sharing options for the multi-ethnic, oil-rich Kirkuk province.