68 Killed across Iraq as Turkey Resumes Airstrikes

Turkish warplanes bombed suspected Kurdistan Workers Party (P.K.K.) targets in Dohuk province. Reports of casualties were not immediately available from the hard to access area.

A cholera outbreak has been reported in Abu Ghraib.

At least 68 were killed and 43 more were wounded:

Gunmen opened fire on a group of young people in Abu Saida, killing six and wounding five more.

Airstrikes near Samarra left dozens of militants dead and 25 more wounded.

Sixteen militants were killed and six were wounded when police shelled Albu Murad.

In Rutba, nine militants were killed in a strike.

In Ibra, an airstrike killed six militants and wounded at least 12 more.

A wali and four aides were killed in a strike in Khalidiya.

Security forces killed two militants in the Hamrin Mountains.

In Mathiq, militants suffered heavy losses.

An airstrike on Ramadi stadium left dozens of militants dead.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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