U.S. Marine, 286 Others Killed Across Iraq

At least 286 were killed in the latest attacks and 155 were wounded. A U.S. Marine also died, but he was not killed in combat.

A U.S. Marine has died in Baghdad. The Pentagon reported that Lance Cpl. Sean P. Neal of Riverside, Ca. died on Thursday from a non-combat-related incident.

French Chief of Staff of Armed Forces, Pierre de Villiers, said that French fighters bombed 12 Islamic State weapons arsenals at unspecified locations.

Militants destroyed two ancient shrines, dating to the Abbasid Dynasty, in Salah ad Din province.

In Mosul, 20 people were executed, including high-ranking officers.

A mortar attack on Amiriya killed 12 civilians and wounded 30 more.

In Tikrit, mortars and rockets killed nine civilians and wounded 11 more. Seven militants were killed in a drone attack.

In Baghdad, a bomb killed one civilian and wounded six in Amil. One person was killed and six more were wounded by a bomb in Adhamiya. In Shabb, a bomb wounded four civilians.

One civilian was killed and 39 more were wounded during shelling in Falluja.

A Yazidi commander was killed on Mount Sinjar.

Ten militants were killed and four were wounded during fighting in Adhaim. One soldier was also killed. Five more were wounded.

Fighting was reported at Lake Thar Thar. Government forces gave up control of at least one floodgate, which the militants left open for several hours.

Government forces reported taking control of more land around the Baiji refinery, but several fighters were killed when two car bombs were detonated.

In Amiriyat al-Falluja, 75 militants were killed.

Security forces declared Jurf al-Sakhar free of militants after they killed 70 of them.

Airstrikes in Hawija killed 49 militants and wounded 50 others.

Eighteen militants were killed in Hajaj.

In Baghdadi, 11 militants were killed.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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