Twenty Killed in Random Iraq Attacks

In Baghdad, a bomb killed three and wounded four at a cafe filled with young people in Kamaliya. Gunmen killed a doctor as he was driving through the Jihad district. A sticky bomb killed a policeman in Shula. A bomb in Suleikh wounded seven people.

Four gunmen were killed and six more were wounded during a security operation in Qaim. Police denied reports of an attack on the jail.

In Mosul, an army officer was killed in a blast. An I.E.D. killed a civilian. Two policemen were killed in a clash.

Two gunmen were killed as they were planting a roadside bomb in Yathrib.

A policeman’s wife was stabbed to death during a home invasion in Baaj. The neighbors heard her screams and were able to capture the killer.

Eight people were wounded in various gun attacks across Sadr City.

A roadside bomb near Baquba killed a farmer and wounded his brother.

In Diwaniya, a body belonging to a security member was discovered.

Gunmen in Qayara killed a policeman.

In Garma, gunmen assassinated the preacher of the Grand Mosque.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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