Tanker Bombing Among Attacks That Left 22 Dead, 68 Wounded in Iraq

At least 22 Iraqis were killed and 68 more were wounded. The worst attacks in Baghdad and Diyala provinces.

A suicide bomber driving an oil tanker plowed in to a Salam police station, killing seven people and wounding 14 more.

In Baghdad, a roadside bomb killed four people in Sabaa al-Bour and wounded 15 more. One person was killed and five more were wounded in a bombing at a Rashidiya restaurant

In Abu Ghraib, six civilians were wounded in marketplace bombing. Two Sahwa members were killed and two more were wounded in a bombing.

An I.E.D. in Dujail killed a farmer and his wife, while three daughters were wounded.

Two civilians were shot dead in Mosul.

In Baiji, a bomb killed a policeman and wounded four others.

A roadside bomb in Qayara killed a policeman.

A sniper killed a policeman in Sadr City.

A bomb in Ramadi wounded three Sahwa members.

A bomb wounded six policemen in Kirkuk.

Four soldiers were wounded by a blast in Dibis.

Four policemen were wounded in an attack on their Tikrit checkpoint.

In Falluja, two bombs wounded an officer and a soldier.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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