30 Iraqis Killed in Attacks, while 11 ‘Terrorists’ Are Executed

At least 30 Iraqis were killed and 37 more were wounded in today’s attacks. Also, the Justice Ministry announced the executions of 11 prisoners convicted on terrorism charges.

A suicide bomber attacked an army base in Tarmiya. A second bomber then blew up his explosives as first responders gathered. Both bombings together left nine dead and 24 wounded.

Four policemen were killed and nine more were wounded in an attack by two suicide bombers in Taji.

Gunmen attacked a police station in Kasha, near the Syrian border, where one of them was killed and another was wounded in the failed attempt.

In Baghdad, gunmen killed a police officer in Suleikh. Security forces killed three suicide bombers.

In Garma, a roadside bomb killed a policeman and wounded another. A policeman was killed when a sticky bomb exploded on a civilian vehicle.

The decomposed bodies of two sheikhs were found near Basra, about a month after they were kidnapped.

An imam was wounded in a small arms attack in Tal Kief.

Gunmen in Khalis killed a civilian.

In Mosul, a woman’s body was found. Gunmen killed a man and wounded his nephew. Gunmen killed a neighborhood mayor.

A policeman was kidnapped in Shura.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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