38 Killed, 68 Wounded in Iraq Attacks

At least 38 people were killed and 68 more were wounded in the latest violence. These figures include the updated figures from yesterday bombing in Rawa.

In Anbar:

A suicide bomber near Rawa killed three security personnel and wounded six civilians. The number of casualties in yesterday’s wedding bombing rose by two deaths and 15 wounded to a total of 18 dead and 18 injured.

Four militants were killed in Mowadhafeen.

In Falluja, military artillery and mortar shells killed two civilians and wounded seven others.

A bomb killed an officer and wounded three others in Qaim.

Gunmen in Ta’amim killed a civilian.

Armed clashes continued in Ramadi. Shelling left one civilian dead and three more wounded.


In Baghdad, five people were killed and 16 more were wounded in a bombing in Shoala. A bomb killed one person and wounded three more in Abu Dsheer. Two more people were wounded in a blast in Zayouna.

Two people were killed and seven more were wounded in Taji, when a bomb exploded.

In Saniya, two security members were killed and four more were wounded in an operation that also left an al-Qaeda leader dead.

Gunmen killed two people at a home in Rashad. They kidnapped a third person who was later found dead.

Gunmen attacked a Muqdadiya checkpoint where they killed a policeman and a Sahwa member.

A policeman was gunned down in Tikrit.

In Hawija, a roadside bomb wounded four people.

Six militants were killed during an operation in Latifiya.

A militant was killed in Albu Aldo.

A kidnapped girl was liberated in Hilla.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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