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Insurgents killed three people in a bombing at a policeman's home in Ramadi and two policemen in Mosul. Security forces arrested four al Qaeda in Iraq operatives in Fallujah and Ramadi who are involved in assassinating clerics.
The aide to the parliament speaker was killed in Baghdad. An oil reserve field at the Zubeir Oil Field was set aflame in a rocket attack. The Iraq Drilling Co. has begun repairing wells and drilling for oil in the Hamrin mountains north of Baghdad.
A suicide bomber killed four people, including two policemen, in an attack on a university hospital in Tikrit. A member of parliament was visiting the hospital. Insurgents killed a civil defense colonel in Baghdad.
Seventeen people were killed and more than 50 were wounded outside a mosque in Tikrit that is visited by government officials. Two provincial councilors and a senior police officer were wounded in the attack.
Prime Minister Maliki indicated he would consider allowing US trainers and advisers to stay past the December 2011 withdrawal deadline. Insurgents killed an Iraqi soldier in Baghdad and a civilian in Diyala.
Security forces arrested 25 al Qaeda fighters who belonged to a cell that killed 70 members of a wedding party in 2006. The leader of the cell posed as a human rights activist. Security forces found the bodies of two men who were executed in Mosul.
Ali al Lami, the chief of the Justice and Accountability Commission which rooted out Ba'athists, was assassinated in Baghdad. Lami was arrested by the US in 2008 for ties to Shia militias backed by Iran.
The spokesman for US Forces-Iraq said that attacks against US troops are on the rise as the December 2011 drawdown deadline nears. Thousands of supporters of Muqtada al Sadr protested against a continued US military presence in Iraq.
Insurgents killed two policemen in Fallujah, a police brigadier in Kirkuk, a policeman in Ramadi, and a civilian in Khanaqin. The minister for national reconciliation said the Asaib al Haq may be willing to lay down their weapons.