231 Killed in Iraq, including Schoolchildren

At least 231 were killed and 11 were wounded in recent violence that included a bombing near a school in northern Iraq.

Ten security personnel were killed and 30 were wounded in triple suicide attack in Baiji. At least 18 militants were killed in other violence.

In Kirkuk, six Peshmerga were killed and 32 were wounded in Monday’s clashes.

A bombing near a school in Tuz left four dead and 10 wounded. Most of the victims were children.

In Fatha, clashes left one security member dead and nine injured. They killed about 36 militants.

Gunmen killed two people and wounded two more in Bani Saad.

In Mosul, a female journalist was executed. At least two other civilians were also executed. At least 45 militants died shortly after eating their iftar meal; it is unclear if the food was deliberately poisoned.

An elderly teacher was executed in Shirqat by 10-year-old militant boy.

In Baghdad, a bomb killed two people and wounded eight more. A civilian was gunned down.

Security forces killed 44 militants in the Haditha region.

At least 25 militants were killed in Sinjar after they launched a failed attack on Peshmerga positions.

Eight militants were killed and 20 were wounded during clashes in Saqlawiya.

A rocket killed 10 militants at a Falluja I.E.D. factory.

In Mtabijh, eight militants were killed.

Four suicide bombers took place in Haqlaniya.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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