At least 118 people were killed and 64 more were wounded.
The sharp decline in oil prices has dramatically cut into Iraq’s budget and is forcing the government to ask for credit line in order to buy weapons for the war against the Islamic State militants.
Members of the Albu Ghanem tribe in Anbar province have threatened to withdraw their personnel from the battle if the government does not provide them weapons immediately.
It is adding to the fears that Ramadi could fall soon, if no help is given. At least five security personnel were killed and nine more were wounded in Wednesday fighting.
A booby-trapped house in Um al-Talayib left six security members dead and 14 wounded when the bomb exploded.
Military shelling left 10 civilians dead in Falluja.
Near Kirkuk, four dumped bodies were found.
Four university professors were executed in Mosul.
In Khabat, a rocket killed one person and wounded several more.
A prominent militant leader and 11 bodyguards were killed during an airstrike in Alous. Several others were wounded.
In Dujail, 13 militants were killed.
Airstrikes in Shurta and Garma left 29 militants dead.
Militants executed five of their own near Muqdadiya.
An airstrike in Sensel killed three militants.