Bombers Strike in Northern Iraq, Anbar Clashes Continue: 146 Killed, 82 Wounded Across Iraq

At least 146 people were killed and 82 more were wounded across Iraq. Four of the fatalities were Iranians who were in Iraq working on a gas pipeline between the two counties.

In Anbar

Shelling in Falluja killed four people and wounded 19 more in several neighborhoods.

Iraqi security forces killed 85 militants.

Four civilians were killed and three policemen were wounded in a Haditha car bombing.

A policeman was wounded in a double bombing in Rutba.

Seven militants were killed in Ramadi.


A car bomb at a liquor store in Kirkuk killed 10 people and wounded 38 more.

A bomb killed four Iranian utility workers in Imam Weis; eight workers were wounded.

Four policemen were killed and another was wounded in a shooting al-Raga.

A double bombing in Tuz Khormato left five policemen and a civilian dead; three other civilians were wounded. Another bomb killed one civilian and wounded another.

An athletic trainer was killed and his son was wounded in another blast.

A bomb in Balad killed three policemen and wounded two others.

In Riyadh, three farmers were beheaded.

In Mosul, a bomb killed one policeman and wounded two more.

A car bomb at a Sahwa member’s home in Baiji wounded his wife and two sons.

Gunmen killed a civilian in Zab.

In Baquba, gunmen killed a policeman on a bike. A bomb killed a civilian.

Gunmen in Suleiman Bek killed three policemen.

Two militants were killed at a Qayara checkpoint.

Five militants were killed in Baghdad suburbs.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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