Updated at 12:25 a.m. EDT, June 29, 2007
At least 89 Iraqis
were killed or found dead and another 100 were wounded during the latest attacks.
Most of today’s victims were civilians caught in bomb or mortar attacks in Baghdad.
Also, two American and three British soldiers were killed in separate incidents.
soldier was killed and another wounded during an IED blast in eastern
Baghdad. The DOD reported that a soldier
died on Sunday of wounds sustained during a small arms attack. And, three
British soldiers lost their lives and another was injured during an IED
attack southeast of Basra.
In Baghdad, a car bomb at a bus stop
in Bayaa killed
25 people and wounded 50 more. A separate bomb at a petrol station in Mansour
five people and wounded 11 others. In New Baghdad, shelling killed
two people and wounded a third. A roadside bomb wounded
four people in Shabb. Mortars killed
two and wounded 14 in the Shorja marketplace. Two
civilians were injured when a roadside bomb targeting a U.S. convoy exploded.
During a drive-by shooting in the Amil neighborhood, one
civilian was killed and another wounded. Three
civilians were wounded in Doura when a roadside bomb blasted them. Mortars
fell in the Green Zone, Sadriya, Fadhl, Za'afaraniyah, Rashad and Karada, killing
a total of six people and wounding another eight. Mortars in Amin killed
two and wounded four. Also, 15
bodies were found scattered in several neighborhoods.
killed one militant
and wounded another when they returned fire coming from a building south
of Baghdad. Two
gunmen were killed near Muqdadiyah.
beheaded men were found on the banks of the Tigris River at Salman Pak.
Some of the heads were missing.
one policeman and wounded another when they attacked them in a Fallujah
civilians were killed when British forces bombed their vehicle in Basra.
militants were killed while planting a roadside bomb that exploded prematurely.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis