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The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 16 people, including eight policemen and soldiers, in a series of bombings in Baghdad. An ISIS suicide bomber killed three security personnel in Ramadi. Security forces killed five ISIS fighters in Ramadi and two "terrorists" in Mosul.
The military claimed it killed 52 Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fighters in Ramadi, including a leader known as Abu Bakr Anbari, and a commander in Latafiyah. An ISIS suicide bomber targeted soldiers in Ramadi. The ISIS killed two soldiers and a policeman in Mosul, and two civilians and two guards at the Ajil oil field near the Hamrin Mountains.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed six women and a child in Baladruz, and four policemen and two soldiers in Ramadi. The military killed seven ISIS fighters near Ramadi and a "terrorist" in Ninewa. The UN estimated that 704 Iraqis were killed in February.
An Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham suicide bomber killed the head of the Awakening in Haditha and six of his fighters. The ISIS also killed three policemen in Mosul and three civilians in Khalis. Security forces killed 15 ISIS fighters in Ramadi.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 53 people in bombings in and around Baghdad; 42 of them died in a motorcycle bombing at a market in Baghdad's Sadr City. Security forces killed seven ISIS "snipers" in Karmah, 10 ISIS fighters near Kirkuk, four jihadists near the Syrian border, and three "gunmen" in Ramadi.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed four Awakening fighters in Al Mashahda, an army colonel and three policemen in Babil, four policemen in Mosul, three soldiers in Ramadi, and five civilians in Baghdad. Security forces killed an ISIS leader and an aide near Baqubah, and three more ISIS fighters in Ramadi.
Hospital officials said that 722 people have been killed during military shelling of Fallujah since the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham and allied tribes took control of the city. Security forces killed 16 ISIS fighters in Fallujah and nine "militants" north of Baqubah. Iraq will purchase $195 in weapons from Iran in violation of UN sanctions.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 26 oil protection policemen south of Mosul, two policemen in Mosul, and a policeman in Madain. An ISIS suicide bomber targeted a police checkpoint in Anbar. Security forces killed 25 ISIS fighters in Anbar and 12 insurgents in Jurf al Sakhar. The military killed five civilians during shelling in Fallujah.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham briefly took control of the town of Sainiyah and killed four policemen and two Awakening fighters. The ISIS shot down a helicopter and killed four crewmen in Karma; and killed five soldiers in a suicide attack near Ramadi; a regiment commander and three soldiers near Baqubah; and four policemen in Tikrit. Security forces killed the ISIS's governor for Ninewa and four aides.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed several soldiers and policemen in Khaladiyah, and three soldiers north of Fallujah. Security forces killed seven "terrorists" in Babil and a "gunman" in Saadiyah.
Security forces killed 20 Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fighters in Sulaiman Bek, 12 fighters in Babil, seven more in Ramadi, five ISIS operatives, including the governors of Mosul and Ninewa, and two "gunmen" in Mosul. The ISIS killed 16 civilians in Musayiab, three soldiers in Fallujah, a soldier in Ramadi, another soldier near Baqubah, and four Awakening fighters in Dujail.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 11 civilians in Baghdad and two more in Qayyarah, three soldiers in Kirkuk, two soldiers in Miqdadiyah, two Awakening fighters in Taza, a policeman in Baghdad, and a policeman near Mosul. An ISIS suicide bomber killed three policemen in Ramadi. Security forces killed 10 ISIS fighters in Anbar.
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.