74 Killed in Iraq, Including Family Fleeing ISIS

At least 74 people were killed and nine were wounded:

In Shirqat, a roadside bomb killed a woman and her four daughters who were all trying to fleeing Daesh territory.

A Shi’ite militiaman was killed and four were wounded in a blast in Abu Ghraib.

In Baghdad, a policeman was killed in a bombing in Adil. A bomb in Amil wounded five people. A bomb targeted a Shi’ite militia headquarters in Karrada. Security forces killed a militant.

In Hit and Mesariya, strikes left 34 militants dead.

Strikes on Gananiya killed 11 militants.

In Mosul, an airstrike killed a militant judge. Separate strikes left 10 militants dead.

Nine militants were killed in a strike on Khalidiya.

Strikes on Qayara killed a militant bomb expert and several others.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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