15 Killed in Iraq

At least 15 Iraqis were killed and 11 more were wounded over the last two days.

A blast in Adhaim killed six soldiers and wounded two more.

In Kirkuk province, gunmen killed the head of internal affairs for the province and wounded two bodyguards. A bomb wounded three Peshmerga, one of them an officer. The dismembered body of a teenage boy was discovered.

In Mosul, gunmen assassinated an officer working with the oil protection unit. A civilian was gunned down separately. Gunmen killed a soldier.

A bomb explosion killed one policeman and wounded another in Baaj.

A judge was killed in Garma when shooters wielding machine guns attacked his residence.

A body was found in Dibs.

A former army pilot was gunned down near Baquba.

A bomb in Duluiya wounded three soldiers.

A bomb wounded two brothers near Hawija.

Two sounds bombs in Basra left no casualties at a football match.

A bomb targeting the Tarmiya police commander left no casualties.

In Sadr City, police freed a kidnap victim.

A bomb targeting an army patrol in Riyadh left no casualties.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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