51 Killed, 62 Wounded in Iraq Attacks

At least 51 people were killed and 62 more were killed across Iraq today. There were no major attacks or clashes.

Three militants were killed in Ramadi. A bomb killed three soldiers and wounded two more. Another eight militants were killed in clashes that also left two soldiers wounded. A family of five was wounded in shelling in Falluja.

In Mosul, a car bomb wounded four soldiers. A suicide bomber killed four people, including a civilian, and wounded five more. A series of bombs killed two policemen and wounded three more. Police killed three gunmen. A grenade wounded seven people. Another grenade wounded four people at a bank.

In Baghdad, a blast in Abu Dsheer wounded two people. Another Six people were wounded in a bombing in Ilam. Three people were shot to death. A sticky bomb killed a police officer in Ghazaliya.

An I.E.D. in Canaan killed four people and wounded four more.

On a highway across the provincial border near Amiriya al-Falluja, a bomb killed four soldiers.

A car bomb in Bani Saad left three dead and seven wounded.

Gunmen attacked a police station in Tal al-Dhahab where they killed the station chief and two policemen; another two policemen were wounded.

Two dumped bodies were found in Qayara.

In Baquba, gunmen killed one person and wounded another. A bomb wounded four people.

A sticky bomb wounded two soldiers in Mahmoudiya.

A sticky bomb killed a civilian in Kirkuk. A bomb targeting a security official wounded two bodyguards.

The body of a former army officer was found dumped in Muqdadiya.

A roadside bomb in Habaniya killed three soldiers.

A suicide bomber was killed in Tikrit without causing other casualties.

A DAASH/ISIL camp was destroyed south of Mosul, but the number of casualties was not revealed.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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