24 Killed, 84 Wounded in Iraq Bombings Targeting Worshippers, Shoppers

In Mosul, 12 people were killed on a commercial street during a late-day bombing that also left 56 wounded. Bombs at two homes left five wounded.

In Baghdad, two bombs planted near a mosque left five dead and 15 wounded in Safarart.

A landmine planted in the middle of an agricultural road in Sinjar killed two soldiers and wounded two more.

Two policemen were killed and two more were wounded when gunmen shot up a Falluja checkpoint.

In Garma, a sticky bomb killed a Sahwa member and wounded a civilian.

Gunmen killed a civilian and wounded a soldier in separate attacks in Baquba.

A sticky bomb wounded a policeman in Samarra.

In Kirkuk, a policeman’s son was wounded when a number of I.E.D.s exploded. The bullet-ridded body of al-Qaeda leader was found in a deserted home.

During a search in Ramadi, one gunmen was wounded after a clash with security.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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