23 Killed in Iraq Attacks

At least 23 people were killed today and 36 more were wounded. Also, an unknown number of people were killed during clashes in Anbar province.

Three people were killed and 11 more were wounded in a bombing at a Tuz Khormato market.

In Baghdad, a bomb killed three people and wounded nine more at a Nahrawan car dealership; it is the third attack on an auto-related business this week. Police killed a prisoner during a failed jailbreak.

Three people were shot and killed in two separate events in Baquba.

Gunmen killed a doctor and an imam in separate shootings in Mosul. A policeman was also shot dead.

In Shirqat, a suicide bomber attacked a policeman’s home and wounded seven family members, including the policeman. Two policemen were wounded during a clash at their headquarters. A suicide bomber attacked a checkpoint.

Gunmen in Ramadi shot a civilian. A former al-Qaeda member was also gunned down.

A senior counter-terrorism officer was gunned down while waiting for his kids outside their school in Hit.

In Falluja, gunmen killed a man who was distributing food.

Security forces caught gunmen attempting to cross the border into Syria. During a shootout two gunmen were killed and one more was wounded. Two soldiers were wounded.

Two gunmen were killed and a policeman was wounded during an attack on a Tikrit checkpoint.

An I.E.D. in Falluja al-Amiriyat wounded a policeman.

A sticky bomb wounded a policeman in Rutba.

An I.E.D. wounded a policeman in Samarra.

"Many terrorists" were killed during clashes in Anbar province.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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