Turkish Air Strikes Wound Three Iraqis; Four Killed in Other Attacks

Four Iraqis were killed in new attacks today. Turkish air strikes wounded three of the 10 people wounded.

A hand grenade tossed into a home in Qaladize killed a child and wounded her mother.

A sticky bomb planted on a car belonging to the head of the police anti-terror unit in Shirqat exploded, killing him and wounding his driver.

A sniper killed a policeman in Falluja.

Another policeman was killed in Baquba.

Three civilians were wounded when Turkish jets bombed the Qandil Mountains. Livestock was also killed and a well was destroyed.

Another five people were reported wounded in yesterday’s bomb attack in Khalis.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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