Sunday: 24 Iraqis Killed, 95 Wounded

Updated at 6:30 p.m. EDT, Oct. 11, 2009

A series of blasts that left over 100 casualties forced authorities in Ramadi to impose a curfew on the city. Overall, 24 Iraqis were killed and 95 more were wounded across the country.

As many as 22 people were killed and 81 more were wounded in Ramadi, where three bombs exploded in two locations. The first bomb blew up in a parking lot near a police station. As first responders arrived a second bomb exploded. The third blast, possibly a suicide bombing, occurred at the gates of Ramadi hospital. Dozens were wounded. The city is under a curfew.

A roadside bomb in Tikrit wounded 11 people, including five civilians.

In Mosul, a civilian was killed and another was wounded during a roadside bombing. A policeman was wounded in a blast. Gunmen killed a university student. Also, 18 Islamic State of Iraq suspects were arrested.

A roadside bomb blast left one policeman injured in Garma.

In Baghdad, security forces discovered a drone plane and explosives.

Two men were arrested in Kirkuk as they were planting a bomb.

An escaped prisoner turned himself in to police in Riyadh.

Four suspects were captured in Basra.

Three suspects were detained in Saidiya.

Five people suspected of murder and kidnapping were arrested in Jurf al-Sakhar.

Parliament dismissed the head of the provincial council in Salah ad Din for forging his transcripts.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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