Ongoing Iraq Carnage: 65 Killed, 80 Wounded

Clashes continued in Anbar, while Baghdad suffered several bombings. At least 65 people were killed and 80 more were wounded.

One soldier was killed and four more were wounded during a security operation near Ramadi. Security forces killed 21 gunmen.

Two gunmen were killed in the Ersan area.

In Baghdad, six people were killed and 13 more were wounded in Ghazaliya car bombing. A bomb at a joint checkpoint in Wahda killed three security personnel and wounded five policemen. A roadside bomb in Adil killed two people and wounded three more. A judge and his driver were shot dead. A bomb wounded nine people in Kadhimiya.

A car bombing in Sadr City killed four people and wounded 10 more.

Three people were killed, two of them children, and 10 more were wounded during mortar fire in Qamma. A fourth person was reported killed.

Gunmen killed five people and wounded two more in Khalis; several of the victims were related.

Four soldiers were killed and five more were wounded during a clash in Baiji.

Three Iraqi policemen were shot dead in Tarmiya.

A triple car bombing in Kirkuk left 13 people with injuries. Two shrines were set on fire.

A bomb wounded three civilians in Adhaim. An insurgent leader and his assistant were killed ruing an operation.

In Mosul, an election official was assassinated. Gunmen killed a civilian and wounded his brother. A bomb wounded two civilians.

Two soldiers were killed by gunmen in Abu Ghraib.

A dumped body was found in Buhriz.

A civilian was shot and killed in Qayara.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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