119 Killed across Iraq; Bombs in Baghdad, Executions in Mosul

A spokesperson for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan political party says that 2,000 people were executed in Mosul during the last few days. There is no independent confirmation of this event. The Islamic State militants published a list of people they had executed.

At least 119 were killed and 64 more were wounded:

The bodies of 16 executed security personnel were handed over to the morgue in Mosul.

A bomb in Sadr City killed seven people and wounded 18 more. Children were among the casualties.

Four people were killed and 11 were wounded by a bomb blast in Husseiniya.

In Baghdad, a bomb killed one person and wounded four more in Ghazaliya.

In Ramadi, 12 security members were killed and nine were wounded in clashes.

A clash near Habbaniyah Air Base left five security members dead and nine wounded.

A car bomb killed two and wounded 13 people in Balad Ruz.

Several people were injured after protesters hurled rocks at police during demonstrations over power and water cuts in Suleimaniya.

An air strike on Garma left nine militants dead. Eleven more were killed in a clash.

In Kazak, 12 militants died in an airstrike.

Ten militants were killed in Tal Keif.

Nine militants were killed in al-Baghdadi.

In Tal Albu Jared, four militants were killed, including a leader.

In Haditha, four militants were killed.

Two militants were killed in Baiji.  Six militants were killed near the refinery.

In Husayba, three militants were killed.

Two militants were killed in Saqlawiya when explosives planted on them were detonated. The men apparently had been injured and were being used as booby-traps.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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