ISIS Leader and another 152 Killed in Iraq

The Pentagon reported the death of an Islamic State official. Abu Bakr al-Turkmani, an “administrative emir” was killed in an airstrike in northern Iraq two weeks ago.

At least 152 were killed and 20 were wounded in more recent violence:

Militants executed five police officers from Qayara.

Militants stage an attack in Tel Abu Jarad. Fourteen security members and four militants were wounded. Separately, a missile killed four militants.

In Bashir, a Katyusha rocket left two Turkmen fighters wounded.

A bomb in Baghdad wounded one civilian.

Missile strikes on Mazraa left 30 militants dead.

In Mosul, militants euthanized 27 of their own with significant injuries. Unidentified gunmen killed 11 militants. Thirteen militants were killed in airstrikes.

Eighteen militants were killed in Falluja.

In Ramadi, sixteen militants were killed.

An airstrike on Albu Shijal left eight dead.

Six militants were killed near the refinery in Baiji.

In Khalidiya, five militants were killed in an airstrike.

Four militants were killed in Baghdadi.

An airstrike killed a militant police chief in Hawija.

Three militants were killed in Tamim.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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