20 Killed, 29 Wounded in Iraq Attacks

A bomb in Falluja wounded two policemen. Security forces killed two suicide bombers, while a third bomber detonated his explosives without causing further casualties. One civilian was killed and three others were wounded in a bombing.

Four people were killed after they were kidnapped in Mandali.

In Mosul, a policeman and his wife were killed in a home invasion that also left his son with injuries. A former army officer was shot dead. Gunmen wounded an election official.

A bicycle bomb that exploded in Ishaqi killed two security personnel and wounded four others.

Gunmen shot dead a policeman and a relative in Baquba.

One person was killed and five more were wounded in a bombing in Suleiman Beg.

A blast in Kut left one dead and four wounded.

The body of a Sunni cleric, who was kidnapped last month, was discovered dumped in a river in Muqdadiya.

In Shirqat, a deputy police commander died of wounds sustained in a bombing last week.

A sticky bomb killed a defense official in Numaniya.

A roadside bomb in Hit wounded a commander and four soldiers.

Three people were wounded when a bomb exploded in Askari. /p>

In Tikrit, a roadside bomb critically wounded a Sahwa leader.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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