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Insurgents killed two policemen in Kirkuk and a government official in Tarmiyah. Security forces detained 13 al Qaeda operatives near Karbala and a senior leader in Mosul, and five wanted men near Kirkuk.
Eighteen Iraqis were killed in a suicide attack in Fallujah and two car bombings in Baghdad. An insurgent was killed in a premature detonation in Fallujah. Security forces detained 18 wanted men in Basrah, a leader in Ansar al Sunnah in Kirkuk, and a "Saudi infiltrator" in Wasit.
Insurgents killed four Iraqis in a bicycle bombing in Huweija, and a soldier and an interior ministry official in Baghdad. Security forces killed one insurgent and detained four more in Mosul, and arrested 14 wanted men in Basrah.
Security forces killed two insurgents in Mosul and arrested 35 wanted men in Diyala, Basrah, Karbala, and Kirkuk. A suicide bomber killed two Awakening fighters in Samarra. A US airman died during an accident while exploding ordnance in Balad.
Insurgents killed nine Iraqi soldiers traveling on leave in an IED attack in Mosul. Iraqi and US troops reportedly killed seven Iraqis during a raid in Fallujah. Ansar al Islam was involved in the murder of a Kurdish journalist in May.
Eleven al Qaeda fighters were killed and 32 more were captured during fighting in Hadid in Diyala on Sept. 12. Security forces detained a "terror" cell leader in Karbala, and 14 wanted men in Diwaniyah and Diyala. Insurgents assassinated an intelligence colonel and a police officer in Baghdad.
Three policemen and three al Qaeda in Iraq fighters were killed during a clash in the Al Hudayyeb area in Diyala province. Insurgents killed a policeman and a civilian in bombings in Baqubah and Buhriz.
Wikileaks reportedly will release nearly 300,000 classified military documents relating to the Iraq War. Wikileaks, with the help of other news agencies, is said to be scrubbing the documents to ensure sensitive information that puts people's lives at risk does not occur, as it did with the leakage of Afghanistan documents.