Sunday: 1 US Soldier, 5 Iraqis Killed; 12 Iraqis Wounded

At least five Iraqis were killed and 12 were wounded in light violence. Also, a U.S. soldier died in a non-hostile incident in northern Iraq.

In Baghdad, robbers killed a jeweler and his son at their store in Zaafaraniya. Nearby, a bomb killed one person and wounded two others. A bomb in Allawi wounded four people. Two civilians were wounded in a blast in Jihad.

One person was killed and two others were wounded in Falluja when a bomb exploded near a mosque.

Gunmen killed a policeman in Amel.

Two were wounded in a sticky bomb blast in Mahmoudiya.

A car belonging to a Kurdish journalist who is critical of the regional government’s rule exploded in Suleimaniya but harmed no one.

An I.E.D. targeting an Iraqi patrol in Kirkuk left no casualties.

A bomb blast targeting a U.S. patrol in Baghdadi village apparently left no casualties.

A detainee died at Badush prison. Officials blamed the death on a heart attack.

An Iraqiya legislator said that about 3,000 detainees in Diyala province are suffering from human rights violations. Separately, dozens of rockets were discovered.

Six suspects were arrested at Camp Ashraf for their involvement in rioting this weekend.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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