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Four US soldiers were killed in a suicide car bombing in Mosul. One Iraqi policeman was killed and four more were wounded in an IED attack in Diyala province. Iraqi troops detained 10 insurgents in Baghdad and six more in Basrah.
Iraqi forces detained 11 wanted men in Hillah, six in Basrah, four in Wasit, and two in Baghdad. Four members of the Naqshabandiya group surrendered to police in Kirkuk. In Mosul, two policemen and a civilian were wounded in a suicide car bombing, and two children were wounded in an IED attack.
One policeman was killed and another was kidnapped in Sinjar. A soldier was wounded in an IED attack in Mosul. US troops killed a gunman in Mosul and accidentally killed a woman in Diwaniyah. One civilian was killed and 20 were wounded in three IED attacks in Baghdad.
Iraqi and US forces killed three "gunmen" near Balad Ruz. Iraqi forces captured 22 suspected insurgents in Baghdad and a leader of the Islamic State of Iraq in Mosul. One policeman was killed and three were wounded in a bombing in Diyala and three more were wounded in a bombing in Khanaqin.
Iraqi forces killed one insurgent and captured six more in Huwaiyja; Iraqi forces also detained five members of Ansar al Sunnah in Touz, two wanted men in Basrah, two in Amarah, two in Diyala, and three more in central Iraq. An Iraqi soldier was killed in an IED attack in Diyala.
Prime Minister Maliki's political list won in nine of 14 provinces, while the Sadrist-backed lists fared poorly. A female suicide bomber killed 15 Iraqis and wounded 13 more in an attack at a cafe in in Khanaqin. Iraqi police killed a senior Mahdi Army commander after he returned to Diwaniyah from Iran.
Iraqi forces captured six wanted men in Basrah and four more in Kirkuk. Nine policemen and six Awakening fighters were wounded in an IED attack in Diyala. Prime Minister Maliki's party reportedly won elections in 10 of the 14 provinces.