Bombers Return to Baghdad; 134 Killed across Iraq

Baghdad once again suffered a series of bombings that left dozens hurt or injured. At least 134 people were killed and 59 were wounded across the country.

A Kurdish rocket attack on Mosul yesterday left three civilians dead and one girl wounded. It was part of a wider operation that could be leading up to a Coalition attempt to retake the city.

In Baghdad, three civilians were killed and eight were wounded when a bomb targeting police exploded in Amiriya. A bomb in Zaafaraniya killed four and wounded 13 more. Three people were killed and seven were wounded when a bomb exploded at a Mashtal produce stand. At an Amin cafe, a bomb killed three people and wounded eight more. Five people were wounded in a blast in Ghazaliya. A bomb killed two people and wounded ten more at a garage in Bab al-Muadham. The bodies of two women were found in Doura. The bodies of 25 militants were wounded at a medical center.

Four people were wounded by a blast on a minibus in Mahmoudiya.

A pair of explosion killed a police office and his bodyguard in al-Haroniya; three others were wounded.

Thirty militants were killed in Mansouriya.

In Ramadi, 20 militants were killed.

Airstrikes killed 13 militants in Salah ad Din province.

In Sherwin, ten militants were killed.

Near the al-Sudour Dam, security forces killed eight militants.

Near Muqdadiya, three suicide bombers were shot dead.

A mufti and his companion were killed in Nawfal.

Several militants were killed in al-Jazira.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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