Fighting Continues in Anbar; 117 Killed across Iraq

Iraq has warned Turkey to pull out its troops within 48 hours, or it will go to the United Nations for help. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu says no troops will be deployed until conditions are worked out but has remained silent about withdrawing troops already there.

At least 117 were killed and 21 were wounded.

Eight security personnel were killed and 15 were wounded when a suicide bomber struck at the Palestine Bridge near Ramadi. A second bomber was then shot dead.

Clashes in Garma left seven troops and six militants dead.

In Abu Ghraib, a bomb wounded six policemen.

In Falluja, security personnel killed a prominent militant.

Militants killed 20 of their own in Eiyadhiya.

Airstrikes on Albu Aitha, Jeraishi, and Albu Farraj killed 18 militants.

Eighteen militants were killed during airstrikes on Albu Hayat.

Strikes on Haditha killed 16 militants.

In Hawija, airstrikes left 11 militants dead.

A suicide bomber was killed in Albu Farraj.

In Maslakha, five militants were killed.

Four militants were killed in Albu Aitha.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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