Airstrike Leaves Civilian Casualties; 91 Killed across Iraq

At least 91 people were killed and 27 more were wounded in the latest round of violence.

Militants released all but eight men who were detained on Friday near Hawija, after Islamic State flags were burned.

Fifty people, including policemen, were kidnapped in Shirqat. A roadside bomb killed seven people, including children.

An airstrike in Ishaqi killed 12 civilians and wounded 23 more.

In Garma, militants executed 15 people for cooperating with security forces.

A journalist was tortured and executed in Anbar province.

A colonel and a soldier were wounded in a blast in Baiji.

Shelling in Muqdadiya wounded two children.

Security forces repelled an attack on Ramadi.

Eighteen militants were killed in Tel al-Ward and al-Khaled villages during airstrikes.

In Sayed Ghraib, and airstrike left 16 militants dead.

Security forces in Zumer killed eight militants.

In Baghdad, eight militants were killed.

A militant leader and two aides were killed during airstrikes in al-Wazer.

Security forces in Baquba killed two people.

An airstrike killed a militant leader near Kirkuk.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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