101 Killed in Iraq as Turkish Refugees Flee to Kurdistan

Hundreds of refugees escaping the fighting between Turkey and the Kurdistan Workers Party (P.K.K.) are crossing the border into Iraqi Kurdistan. Kurdistan has already taken over a million displaced Iraqis and Syrians fleeing the Islamic State.

Former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected a parliamentary report blaming him, among others, for the conditions that lead to the takeover of Mosul by Islamic State militants.

At least 101 were killed and 39 were wounded:

In Mosul, five women were stoned to death for not complying with militant law.

Thirteen security personnel were killed and five were wounded during clashes in Baiji.

Clashes in Barwana left seven security members and 15 more wounded. Dozens of fighters were reported killed or wounded as well.

In Tal Kief, mortars killed seven Peshmerga.

A rocket attack killed one civilian and wounded two more in Daquq.

At the Tarek military camp near Falluja, mortars killed three soldiers and wounded eight more. Nearby roadside bombs killed two policemen and wounded two more.

Shelling in Ramadi killed two soldiers and wounded five more. Two policemen were killed and two were wounded during an attack on their barracks.

In Albu Eitha, 20 militants were killed.

Sixteen militants killed each other over money and power in Baaj.

Airstrikes killed 15 militants in Baiji.

In Mazraa, eight militants were killed.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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