Tuesday: 8 Iraqis Killed, 31 Wounded

At least eight Iraqis were killed and 31 more were wounded in the latest attacks. In Kurdistan, over 100 children killed during the Saddam era were reburied during a somber ceremony. Also, the U.S., Turkey and Iraq have drafted a plan to fight jointly against the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) even though the PKK has been seeking a truce.

In Baghdad, a bomb left in a bag at a liquor store in Zayouna exploded, killing three people and wounding seven others. A Baghdadia TV reporter is in critical condition after losing his legs to a bomb planted on his car in Doura; five bystanders were also wounded. A bomb in Ali al-Saleh wounded two people.

Two people were killed and five more were wounded during a tribal dispute in Tal Afar.

Six civilians were injured during a blast at a petrol station in Mahmoudiya.

Gunmen attacked the Balad home of an Awakening Council (Sahwa) member and wounded five relatives.

A detainee died at Camp Cropper after he had stopped breathing. No cause of death has been determined yet, but the detainee had a history of severe asthma.

Over 100 Kurdish children, who were killed in the Anfal Operation, were ceremoniously reburied in Chamchamal.

Four suspects were captured in Touz Khormato.

In Basra province, a bomb planted on a motorbike killed its two riders. Eight suspects were captured.

A curfew is in effect for Anbar province.

A raid in Fallujah netted a suspected high-ranking gunman.

A weapons cache was found in Wassit province.

A wanted man was captured near Kirkuk.

In Mosul, gunmen killed a police officer and wounded his wife. Six suspects were arrested.

A Katyusha rocket was found in Hawija.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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