Two Executed in Iraq; 52 Killed, 52 Wounded in Attacks

At least 52 people were killed and 52 more were wounded. Also two men were executed on terrorism charges, bringing this year’s total to 46 put to death.


Two civilians were killed and six more were wounded during another round of shelling in Falluja.

Three Afghans were among the five militants killed in Ramadi. Three Sahwa were killed and four more were wounded in a suicide attack.

A policeman was gunned down in Hit.

In Saqlawiya, at least four militants were killed and five more were wounded.

A militant leader was killed in al-Baker.

An unknown number of militants were killed in a security operation in Amiriya.


In Mosul, a bomb wounded four people. Gunmen killed a Shabak man. A body was discovered. In Arijia, a suicide car bomber killed four people and wounded three more. A bomb wounded six people in Sumer.

A suicide bomber at a Samarra checkpoint killed five people and wounded 11 more. A roadside bomb wounded a civilian. A university dean was assassinated.

In Baghdad, a bomb killed two soldiers and wounded five people, including a woman and her young daughter, in Ghazaliya. A bomb in Bayaa wounded six people.

Two civilians were gunned down in Hamrin.

In Baquba, gunmen killed one person and wounded another. Gunmen killed a mokhtar.

Thirteen militants were killed in locations south of Baghdad, including Latifiya.

A policeman was gunned down in Meshahda.

Security forces killed a suicide bomber in Qadisiya.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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