Saturday: 11 Iraqis Wounded

The continuing Eid al-Adha holiday may be limiting reporting from Iraq, but it has not stopped acrimonious reflection on the political process in the country. A compromise on the elections law debate is awaiting Kurdish approval. At least 11 Iraqis were wounded in attacks across central and northern Iraq.

A mortar attack on a central Hilla hotel that houses a U.S. consulate left eight wounded.

Two soldiers were wounded in a blast in Saidiya.

In Mosul, a hand grenade lobbed at an army patrol wounded a woman instead.

In Baghdad, mourners gathered between Eid festivities at a new cemetery in Adhamiya.

Three brothers were arrested on terror charges in Suwayra.

A French firm is in Karbala to assess a security offer.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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