Baghdad Cancels Flights over Missile Fears; 101 Killed across Iraq

Iraq suspended flights between Baghdad and Kurdistan due to a threat posed by Russian missile strikes on Syria.

At least 101 were killed and 12 were wounded:

A blast at a booby-trapped home in Sinjar killed nine Peshmerga. Some of them were Yazidi.

In Baghdad, a bomb killed two civilians and wounded eight more.

Militants executed two Peshmerga detainees in Tal Afar.

In Iskandariya, police found a bullet-riddled body belonging to a shepherd.

A Peshmerga officer was wounded in Qaladize when a bomb exploded in his car.

Tribal fighters killed 35 militants during an operation in Thar Thar that rescued about 70 families.Thirteen militants were killed in Tal al-Sha’ir.

In Makhmour, eight militants were killed.

A Coalition strike left seven militants dead in Zab.

A car bomb in Qayara killed seven militants, including a sharia judge.

In Garma, seven militants were killed.

Five militants were killed in an airstrike in Hawija.

Four militants were killed in Albu Faraj.

Security forces killed two militants and wounded three more in Roud.

In Jeraishi, a sniper was killed.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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