Updated at 11:35 p.m. EDT, July 11, 2007
At least 163 Iraqis
were killed and 101 were wounded in the latest violence. Most were killed
during military operations. Also, an American
servicemember died from non-battle-related causes that are under investigation.
A truck carrying 200 explosive belts from Syria was intercepted
and the driver detained, while Iraqi troops killed
63 suspects during several security operations, mostly in the north. U.S.
two more suspects. Also, Coaltion forces killed
one suspect in Baghdad.
In Baghdad, 30
dumped bodies were recovered from several locations. A military vehicle in
the Karrada district and a police car in Za'afaraniyah were destroyed.
An American soldier
was wounded when the al-Qanat police station was shelled. In Doura,
a resident was injured during shelling. Mortars also fell in Baladiyat,
Rustumiyah, Ur and on Palestine Street, but without
leaving casualties. A potential
suicide bomber was killed by police. Also, U.S. helicopters bombed
a bus station in the Ubaidi neighborhood.
A U.S. helicopter killed
as many as four people and injured 12 others, possibly including
seven children in Mosul. U.S. troops killed
a civilian in his home. A weapons cache was discovered.
A Facilities Protection Service policeman
was gunned down. Also, two
bodies were found.
A mortar attack left two
people dead and 17 others wounded in Iskandariya. Gunmen killed
a civil servant at his home.
In Sherween village, U.S. and Iraqi
forces retook the town from gunmen who had attacked the village late Monday. Twenty
gunmen were killed.
suicide bombers attacked the home of a Sunni tribal leader in Garma.
The sheikh was holding a meeting when the first two bombers detonated their cargo.
The second two attacked the first responders. In all, 21
were killed and over 50 were wounded.
In Samarra, the mayor
was shot dead.
policemen were wounded in Fallujah during a suicide
bodies, bearing torture wounds, were found in Haswa.
a policeman was
killed while in his car.
Gunmen riding a motorcycle killed
a police intelligence officer in Najaf.
In Basra, a top
police chief was driven back into a British base after an assassination attempt.
One policeman was injured
during a clash with smugglers. Also, a roadside bomb blasted his convoy, wounding
Forty people, including the mayor, were arrested
A German woman who was kidnapped in February has been
but her son remains captive.
A mortar shell in Muqdadiyah injured
five people. Clashes have broken
out in several areas near to town.
An Iraqi soldier was
killed and four were injured during an IED attack in Ba'quba. Also,
mortars landed on a checkpoint, but cause no
During an attack on a Khalis police station, a policeman
American forces handed over the body
of policeman to the hospital in Tikrit.
A man killed
his sister in Al Bu Jari village because she allegedly helped kill
the al-Shihabi police station.
A weapons cache was found
in Tal Afar and a man detained.
casualties were reported when mortars fell on Wajihiya.
soldier was injured during a shooting near Khanaqeen.
people were wounded during a mortar attack. Also, a Mahdi army member escaped
an assassination attempt.
At least two
people were wounded during clashes between the Mahdi army and Iraqi security
forces in Diwaniya. Clashes then spread to surrounding areas. The U.S army
base was hit by mortars by no
casualties were reported.
casualties were reported when the U.S. base in Kut was attacked.
Amara, police defused
a bomb planted outside the women's dorm at Maysan University.
two Iraqi soldiers and an Iraqi translator while injuring another person near
a waterworks project in Nasariya. Three other roadside bombs were also
detonated, but no
casualties were reported.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis