Updated at 1:15 a.m. EDT, July 14, 2007
At least 100 Iraqis
were killed or found dead and 56 more were wounded during violence mostly
centered on Baghdad. No foreign casualties were reported, but the dead included
an Iraqi reporter who worked for the New York Times.
U.S. forces killed
six Iraqi policemen and seven other militant suspects during a raid targeting
a police lieutenant accused of militant links; at least five
were wounded. An Iraq reporter working for the New York Times was shot
in Saidiya while driving to work. Elsewhere in Saidiya, gunmen killed
one and injured six others at a mosque, and a car bomb killed
two and injured six more. Gunmen killed
five guards and wounded nine others who were working near the Interior Ministry.
A roadside bomb at a Za’afaraniya market killed
a woman and wounded four others. Two
Iraqi soldiers were killed when mortars fell on the Green Zone. U.S.
forces killed three
civilians and wounded five others after their patrol blasted by a roadside
bomb. Also, 110 suspects were detained
during "Operation Dragon Hammer" in the Rashid district. And,
dumped bodies were recovered during the last 24 hours.
al-Qaeda suspects were killed, 23 suspects were detained and 8 hostages were
freed during military operations in Baquba.
children were killed and five others were wounded near a Samawa bus
The U.S. base in Kut came under mortar attack, but no
casualties were reported.
Security forces are combing
Najaf looking for wanted gunmen, and a curfew was lifted.
was killed during a shootout with British forces in Basra.
two Turkish soldiers and two Kurdish rebels were killed
near the Iraqi border in eastern Turkey.
U.S. forces freed
an Iraqi who works at a newspaper in Hibhib.
a civilian and wounded three in Abu Saida.
mortars killed a civilian.
IED in Khalis wounded
two people, while mortars injured
ten in a separate incident.
person was killed and a second was injured during a roadside bomb attack in
A family of 12 were
killed in Muqdadiyah.
militiamen were killed in unspecified locations.