Bombers Strike Across Iraq; 150 Killed, 69 Wounded

At least 150 people were killed, mostly militants, and 69 others were wounded across Iraq today. Meanwhile, the United Nations says that 13.6 million people have been displaced by the wars in Iraq and Syria.

U.S. Apache helicopters conducted airstrikes in the Haditha region.

In Baghdad, a body bearing gunshot wounds was discovered. A bombing in Halk killed four and injured 11 more. Two people were killed and seven were wounded in a blast in Zaafaraniya. A blast killed two people and wounded five in central Baghdad.

A suicide bomber killed eight people in Baiji. Iraqi forces now control of most of the city.

In Falluja, shelling killed three people and wounded 17 more.

A suicide bomber in Tarmiya killed three soldiers and wounded 16 more.

A bomb in Tuz killed one civilian and wounded seven more.

One soldier was killed and two more were wounded in a roadside bombing in Buhriz.

A roadside bomb wounded three soldiers in Iskandariya.

Militants kidnapped 50 members of the Arab Jabour tribe in Alam.

In Mosul, 67 militants were killed in airstrikes.

Forty militants were killed in airstrikes in Ramadi.

Security forces in Balad killed 16 militants.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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