Executions by Fire; 46 Killed in Iraq

At least 46 people were killed, and 22 were wounded:

Militants burned five people to death in Tal Abta after accusing them of spying.

Three people were killed and six were wounded when a bomb at a market in Taji exploded.

Three Peshmerga and as many as 10 militants were killed in Daquq during clashes.

A roadside bomb killed a militiaman in Muqdadiya.

In Swamrah, mortar fire wounded two women and two children.

A bomb in Zarkush wounded two people, including a civilian.

In Sadr City, a stun grenade left under a motorcycle wounded a civilian.

Clashes in Rashad left one Peshmerga and eight militants dead. Strikes left five militants dead and nine wounded.

Peshmerga forces killed four militants in Zumar.

Three militants were killed when a bomb they were transporting exploded in the Hamrin Hills.

An airstrike in Hawija killed a militant leader.

Near Kirkuk, a strike killed a militant leader.

Another militant leader was killed in a strike on Mosul.

Several militants were killed in a failed attack on a floating bridge linking Makhmour and Qayara.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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