Another Bloody Monday in Iraq: 94 Killed, 289 Wounded

The number of attacks surged dramatically today, with Mosul and northern Iraq taking the brunt of the violence. Overall, at least 94 Iraqis were killed and 289 more were wounded.

In Mosul, five bombs killed 29 people and wounded 114 more, mostly at checkpoints. Separately, Clashes in Tamuz left four policemen dead and eight others wounded. Gunmen killed a policeman and wounded another.

A triple bombing that included a suicide bomber left 15 dead and 50 wounded at a market in Jadida al-Shat.

A car bomb in Tuz Khormato left 11 dead and 30 wounded.

Eight people were killed at a fish market in Taji; at least 24 more were wounded.

Four people were killed and 12 more were wounded when two bombs exploded at Sadr City coffee shops.

Four gunmen and a suicide bomber were killed when they attacked their Kirkuk province base. A car bomb killed three and wounded 12 more.

A suicide bomber in Madaen killed three policemen and wounded ten others.

In Dibis, a suicide bomber killed one person and wounded 14 more.

Four soldiers were gunned down in Alillai.

Two civilians were killed near the Baquba home.

North of Falluja, gunmen killed a Sahwa leader and wounded two bodyguards. In town, clashes occurred.

A roadside bomb killed a civilian and wounded another in Tal Afar.

In Baghdad, a bomb wounded six people in the Amin district.

In Iskandariya, a bomb wounded five people.

Gunmen kidnapped two civilians in Kirkuk.

Clashes took place into Jurf al-Sakhar, but the number of casualties was not reported.

In Ramadi, a sticky bomb failed to kill or injure an Iraqiya candidate.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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