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Security forces killed 12 Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fighters in Ramadi, four more fighters in Baghdad, and the group's military commander for Ramadi and the emir for Sulaiman Beg. The ISIS killed two policemen near Ramadi, a government official in Ninewa, and a policeman in Mosul. An official said that security forces regained control of the Hadhar district near Mosul.
An Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham suicide bomber killed two civilians south of Mosul. The ISIS also killed three policemen and beheaded them near Mosul, and killed a lawyer near Baghdad. Prime Minister Maliki visited Anbar and promised support to the Awakening.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham overran most of Sulaiman Pek; the military said it killed 10 ISIS fighters while retaking control of the town. An ISIS suicide bomber killed seven soldiers in Saqlawiyah. The ISIS also killed 11 soldiers near Hillah, a policeman in Tuz and another in Kirkuk, and two civilians in Fallujah. Security forces killed six ISIS fighters in Anbar and a leader from the Islamic Army in Fallujah.
Security forces killed six Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fighters in Khaladiyah, two in Karma, an ISIS commander for Mosul, three fighters east of Mosul, and three more in Qayyarah. The ISIS killed a regiment commander in Kirkuk, a soldier and an Awakening fighter in Hawijah, three soldiers in Ramadi, a policemen and a civilian in Mosul, and two civilians north of Baqubah. A suicide bomber attacked police in Saqlawiyah.
Security forces killed six Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fighters, including a Saudi, near Ramadi, a "group" of ISIS fighters in Anbar, and a gunman in Mosul. The ISIS killed six soldiers in Jurf al Sakhr in and four Iraqis in Tuz Khurmatu.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 15 soldiers, beheading eight of them, in an attack on a military barracks in Mosul. The ISIS also killed a policemen near Mosul and an Awakening fighter in Hawija and another in Tarmiyah. A suicide bomber attacked police and soldiers in Ramadi. Security forces killed 17 ISIS fighters south of Mosul and seven more near Ramadi, and captured a senior ISIS leader and two aides near Baqubah.
Twenty-two Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham suicide bombers and personnel were killed, 15 were wounded, and eight more were captured in a premature detonation near Samarra. An ISIS suicide bomber killed two policemen and two soldiers in Ramadi. The ISIS also killed a policeman in Hit and two guards for a judge in Mosul.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed six policemen in Tuz, two policemen and a civilian in Mosul, a soldier in Kirkuk, and a civilian in Baghdad. Security forces killed three ISIS fighters north of Fallujah and three more ISIS fighters in Ramadi.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed five civilians and a policeman in Tuz, three policemen in Sharqat, a soldier in Mosul, and an Army officer in Hillah. Security forces killed nine ISIS fighters north of Fallujah, three more north of Maghdad, and a suicide bomber in Mosul.
Security forces killed seven Islamic State of Iraq fighters in Fallujah, six ISIS fighters in Karmah, and two more in Mosul, and four suicide bombers in Ramadi. A suicide bomber killed four people at a market in Al Tawz. The ISIS killed a policeman and a civilian in Sadr City and two clerics south of Mosul. The defense minister said there would be no negotiations with the ISIS.
Security forces killed three Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fighters in Jurf al-Sakhar and two more in Mosul, and arrested two security officials tied to the ISIS. The ISIS killed a policeman in Baqubah and a solider near Mosul. "Gunmen" kidnapped the director of a hospital in Baqubah and two oil tanker drivers in Ain al Gahash. The Anbar government announced a seven day amnesty for those in revolt.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 23 people in four bombings in Baghdad. Two of the attacks used suicide bombers, and both occurred near the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A suicide bomber killed seven policemen and three soldiers in Tikrit. The ISIS also killed a soldier in Sharqat and two more soldiers in Mosul. The military said it killed 35 ISIS fighters in Anbar.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed four soldiers in two suicide attacks in Mosul, and three civilians in an IED attack in Qayyarah. Security forces killed an ISIS leader near Mosul, and have surrounded Fallujah and Karma.