Results tagged “Iraq”
Would you like to limit the tag results display to a specific section?
If you do, then pick any of the sections below:
Or simply go to the aggregated tag results from:
Insurgents killed a policeman in Mosul and wounded two civilians in a bombing outside a mosque in Baghdad. Security forces detained eight wanted terrorists in Diyala. More than 21,000 security personnel have been deployed to protect a religious pilgrimage in Karbala.
Twenty-nine Iraqis were killed and 61 more were wounded in bombings outside mosques in Baghdad. Two more Iraqis were killed in a bombing in Mosul. Security forces detained 18 wanted men in Basrah and four al Qaeda in Iraq operatives in Wasit.
Four Iraqis were killed in a suicide car bombing in Al Qaim and four more were killed in a bombing at a political headquarters in Baqubah. Two Iraqi policemen were killed during clashes with the People's Mujahideen at Camp Ashraf. Security forces detained a Moroccan terrorist as he planted an IED north of Mosul.
The People's Mujahideen claimed the police have killed seven members during clashes at Camp Ashraf; the Diyala police department denied the report. One policeman and one civilian were killed in bombings in Mosul and Anbar. The US believes al Qaeda in Iraq is regrouping in eastern Diyala province near the border with Iran, and said its forces will conduct airstrikes in conjunction with Iraqi forces.
The Iraqi Army stormed the People's Mujahedeen camp after a riot broke out; more than 150 people and 50 security forces were wounded during the clash. Eight Iraqis were killed in a bombing in Baghdad and one was killed in an IED attack in Jalawlaa. Eight policemen were killed during a bank robbery in Baghdad. Security forces detained 19 insurgents in Fallujah and eight al Qaeda fighters in in Diyala.
Insurgents killed an emergency police chief in Ramadi and a tribal leader in Mosul, and wounded six policemen in Mosul. Security forces detained seven suspects in a shooting in Irbil that killed one person, and three members of Ansar al Sunnah and two Naqshabandiya group members in Kirkuk.