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Insurgents killed two policemen and a soldier in attacks in Fallujah, Mosul, and Gayiara. Security forces detained two Hezbollah Brigades members in Baghdad, two Mahdi Army fighters in Miqdadiyah, and an al Qaeda operative in Taji.
A suicide bomber killed six people after ramming a car packed with explosives into a police checkpoint in Baghdad. Insurgents killed two policemen in Mosul. Iraqi forces detained three al Qaeda operatives, including a top financial official, in Mosul.
A suicide bomber killed 32 Shia pilgrims as they were marching in northern Baghdad. Eighteen more Iraqis, including two policemen, were killed in attacks throughout the country. Security forces detained 12 suspected insurgents in Kirkuk and three al Qaeda operatives in Mosul and Baghdad.
Insurgents killed six Shia pilgrims in mortar and bomb attacks in Baghdad. Security forces detained a Hezbollah Brigades operative in Baghdad. General Odierno said UN peacekeepers may be needed in northern Iraq.
Security forces killed two suicide bombers in Mosul, and detained eight wanted men near Kirkuk, and five al Qaeda fighters and a foreign fighter facilitator in Mosul, Tarmiyah, and Abu Ghraib. Insurgents killed a civilian in Mosul.
A female suicide bomber killed four people in an attack at the entrance to the provincial government building in Ramadi. Security forces detained seven wanted men in Basrah. Security has been increased at the Fakka oil field along the border with Iran.
Iraqi security forces detained 11 wanted men in Basra, five Mahdi Army fighters in Baghdad, three Naqshabandiya fighters in Mosul, and an al Qaeda operative near Kirkuk. Insurgents assassinated a prominent mufti in Ramadi.
Security forces killed two senior al Qaeda leaders near Mosul, and detained eight smugglers on the Iraqi-Syrian west of Mosul, eight wanted men in Basrah, and a Baathist in Diyala. Two US soldiers died in "unrelated non-combat incidents."