Wednesday: 21 Iraqis Killed, 24 Wounded

At least 21 Iraqis were killed and 24 more were wounded across the country. Baghdad saw the greatest number of attacks, but Ramadi suffered the most significant one.

Nine people were killed and 13 more were wounded in a double bombing in Ramadi. The first bomb exploded, attracting victims to a second blast.

In Baghdad, a general was stabbed to death at his home. A bomb at a prison killed a policeman. The number of casualties during a blast at a liquor store last night rose by four dead and four wounded; only ten wounded had been reported previously. A former M.P. and two bodyguards were wounded in a blast at his home in Jadriya. A Katyusha rocket wounded two policemen.

Two soldiers were killed at a Mosul checkpoint.

Gunmen killed two taxi drivers in Hilla.

In Tikrit, two suspected bombers were killed and another was wounded when a bomb they were transporting in their car exploded prematurely.

A blast in Samarra wounded a policeman.

In Baiji, a bomb knocked over a high-tension electrical tower.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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