Ten Killed in Iraq, Including Iranian Exile

At least 10 people were killed nine more were wounded in the latest violence. Although one fatality was a heart attack, his colleagues are blaming the Iraqi government for withholding medical care.

The Mujahedeen al-Khalq accused the Iraqi government of interfering with the medical treatment of one exile, who later died of a heart attack at Camp Liberty.

In Samarra, two policemen were shot dead at a shrine. Three more policemen were killed at a polling station. A civilian was kidnapped.

In Mosul, a man was killed and his wife was wounded in a shooting. A taxi driver was bludgeoned to death at his home. Gunmen killed the owner of a produce market.

Gunmen killed a man and wounded his brother during a home invasion in Muqdadiya.

Six people were wounded in two separate bombings in Baghdad. A bag filled with grenades was found.

An ambulance driver was shot and wounded in Kirkuk.

Two bombs were defused in Tikrit.

A bomb in Hashimiya was defused.

Two men driving a car bomb in Najaf were arrested.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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