64 Killed, 119 Wounded across Iraq; Bombs Blast Baghdad

The head of Asaib ahl al-Haq condemned the kidnapping of 18 Turkish workers two weeks ago. Qais al-Khazali denied the militia group was involved in the abduction, but he also repeated the demands made on Turkey listed in a ransom video that was released. Two of the workers have been released on Tuesday.

MP Nayef al-Shammari said that militants execute 50 people on a daily basis in Mosul.

At least 64 were killed and 119 were wounded:

In Baghdad, a suicide bomber killed 15 people and wounded at least 62 in Bab al-Sharqi. Eleven people were killed and 57 were wounded in a second suicide blast, this one in Wathba Square. Four people were killed in Bab al-Muadham.

Five people were executed in Qaim.

In Mosul, an imam was executed.

Airstrikes on Albu Saif left 13 militants dead.

Security forces killed five militants who attacked them in Albu Tu’ma.

In Baiji, four militants were killed.

Many militants were killed in Garma.

Dozens of militants were killed in airstrikes on al-Sada village.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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