81 Killed across Iraq; Canada Accused of Bombing Civilians

At least 81 were killed and 45 were wounded:

France launched their first sorties from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier freshly stationed in the Mediterranean Sea. The air strikes targeted Mosul and Ramadi.

Turkish warplanes carried out attacks on suspected Kurdistan Workers Party camps in northern Iraq.

Canadian forces are being accused of killing 10 civilian workers and wounding 20 more during an airstrike on Mosul last week. Militants executed two men who were accused of homosexuality. A grenade killed six militants.

Ten civilians were executed in Zab.

In Baghdad, a blast killed two people and wounded six more. At least one militant was killed. Iraq security forces removed checkpoints throughout Baghdad.

A bomb left two people dead and seven wounded in Madaen.

A bomb in Muqdadiya wounded a policeman and a civilian.

At the Alas and Ajil oil fields, security forces killed 25 militants and wounded 10 more.

In Sinjar, 12 militants were killed in airstrikes.

Five militants were killed in Garma.

Four militants were killed in Qayara.

In Buhriz, three militants were killed.

Two militants died when their bombs exploded in Albu Hayay.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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