Sheikh Shot at Fake Checkpoint; 29 Killed in Iraq

General Dynamics has reportedly ceased maintenance work on Iraqi-owned Abrams tanks over the possible possession of a tank by the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF), a transfer that would break the contract between Baghdad and the U.S. company.

At least 23 were killed or found dead, and 29 were wounded:

In Baghdad, a bomb killed one person and wounded three others at a Radwaniya market. Three people were wounded in another bombing in Arab Jabour. Two people were killed and nine were wounded in a tribal dispute in Nahrawan.

Militants Sheikh Turki al-Nadawi and his brother, a lawyer, who were traveling on a highway in Diyala province.

Two people were killed and two more were wounded in a drive-by shootin in Haritha.

In Metabijh, a booby-trapped house exploded, killing a policeman and wounding nine more.

An explosion in Abbara killed a farmer and wounded two others.

Gunmen killed a member of the Rashad town council.

In Qara Tapa, a bomb wounded a security member.

The bodies of six militants were found in a grave in Basateen al-Mukhisa.

Four militants were killed in Makhmour.

An airstrike near Hamrin Lake left three militants dead.

Author: Margaret Griffis

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