Friday: 4 Iraqis Killed, 9 Wounded

Updated at 8:22 p.m. EST, Nov. 6, 2009

At least four Iraqis were killed and nine more were wounded in the latest attacks. Back in the United States, an army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 fellow soldiers at Fort Hood and fearful of an impending deployment was scheduled to go to Afghanistan, not Iraq.

In Mosul, a blast wounded five people. A policeman was killed in another blast.

A barber was shot dead and another person was injured in Baquba. Barbers have often been targets for violence because of the perception that their jobs are too Western.

Gunmen killed an Awakening Council member in Rashad.

The body of a Peshmerga fighter was discovered near Kirkuk.

A bombing in Jurf al-Milah left one wounded.

In Saidiya, two civilians were wounded in a bomb attack.

Four men suspected of planting an I.E.D. were arrested in Kut. Police are searching for four other men who may be members of the Iranian al-Quds Brigade. Also, a bomb was defused.

Eleven suspects were detained in Baquba.

The Justice Department released 115 detainees after investigations determined they were innocent.

Two Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) members handed themselves over to Turkish authorities after crossing the border from Iraq. PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan, who is imprisoned in Turkey, has asked followers to turn themselves over to Turkey in a new bid for peace.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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