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A suicide bomber killed 38 Iraqis and wounded 90 more during an attack outside a Shia mosque in Mosul. Insurgents killed six Shia pilgrims outside a mosque in Baghdad, three policemen in separate attacks in Mosul, and an Awakening fighter in Diyala. Security forces detained four al Qaeda fighters in Diyala, and also two terrorists in Diyala.
Five Iraqis were killed in a bombing in Kirkuk. Five insurgents in Mosul were killed when their bombs exploded prematurely. Security forces detained 11 wanted men in Jalawlaa, a terrorist commander in Basrah, a Special Groups fighter in Al Kut, and an IED cell member in Kirkuk. Muqtada al Sadr reportedly will return to Iraq during Ramadan.
Insurgents killed five policemen in Baghdad and one more in Mosul, and a woman in Ramadi. Security forces detained 24 wanted men in Basrah, 16 in Diyala, 13 more near Kirkuk, and three drug dealers in Tal Afar. Talks between the central government and the Kurds have progressed, reportedly allowing for two Kurdish regional divisions to be integrated into the Iraqi Army.
Iraqi troops detained the deputy leader of Ansar al Islam along with the group's chief financier and eight other operatives during a raid in Mosul. Police killed an insurgent in Mosul. Security forces detained 21 insurgents in Ramadi, six al Qaeda operatives in Jalawlaa, and an al Qaeda commander in Khanaqin.
Five Iraqis were killed in a carbombing in Fallujah and one soldier was killed in an IED attack in Mosul. Three terrorists were detained in Babil. More than 3,000 Awakening members have been hired by Iraq's ministries. The Iraqi National Police has been renamed the Federal Police.
Five Iraqis were killed and 20 more were wounded in a carbombing in Haditha. One Iraqi was killed in an IED attack outside a mosque in Baghdad. Security forces detained 23 wanted men in Kirkuk, 19 in Babil, and six more in Khanaqin.