14 Iraqis Killed As Iraqis Mark 1958 Revolution

The Iraqi Communist Party celebrated the 54th anniversary of the July 14, 1958 declaration of the republic with a march in Baghdad. Although the march also called for improved services, the demonstrators were not met with any violence. However, attacks continued elsewhere, leaving 14 dead and 11 more wounded.

Gunmen killed five security personnel and wounded two more in an attack on a checkpoint in the Turkmen town of Rashidiya. Soldiers and police were among the victims.

Four people were killed, including two civilians, when gunmen attacked a checkpoint in Hammam al-Alil.

A bomb at a congregation hall construction site in Jbela left two dead and five wounded.

In Mosul, an attack on a checkpoint left one policeman dead and two civilians wounded. Two children were liberated and their kidnappers arrested.

As sticky bomb on a car in Riyadh killed one oil protection police officer when it exploded.

A government official was killed during a home invasion in Duquq.

A soldier wounded a civilian in a personal dispute in Zubayr.

In Mussayab, a sticky bomb wounded a lieutenant.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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