Updated at 11:25 p.m. EDT, Oct. 3, 2007
Today’s most significant
event left the Polish ambassador
wounded and his bodyguard dead in Baghdad. Overall, 60 Iraqis were killed
and 56 more were wounded during the latest violence. No foreign military deaths
were reported. Also, 13 people were kidnapped in Khalis.
a triple bombing targeting the Polish ambassador’s convoy left the envoy wounded
a Polish bodyguard and an Iraqi bystander; at least 11
others were injured, including three embassy officials. A car bomb in al-Fadhil
13 people and wounded 30 others. A roadside bomb targeting U.S. troops killed
no one. Also, six
unidentified bodies were found.
Clashes between police and gunmen
in Baquba left
three civilans dead and two wounded. A child
was killed in a separate incident in al-Mustafa.
captain was killed and two policemen were wounded during an attack on their
patrol in Tikrit.
In Kirkuk, a roadside bomb killed
one policeman and wounded three more.
An Ishaqi traffic police
body was found.
killed a senior figure in the local Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council yesterday
In Mosul, an army lieutenant
was shot and killed in the al-Jazaer district. Police defused a bomb
near a bus station.
At a fake checkpoint in Khalis, 13 people were
by assailants wearing army uniforms.
was killed in a drive-by shooting in Iskandariya.
person was killed and four others were wounded when a rocket blasted their
homes. Women and children were among the casualties.
A vehicle curfew
is in place in Najaf due to a religious observance.
was found in al-Sadiyah.
In Samarra, 12
al-Qaeda suspects were killed during clashes today. Also, mortars killed
three and wounded seven.
The Iraqi army reported killing
two suspects and arresting 33 others across Iraq. In central Iraq, U.S. forces
killed six suspects
and arrested two more. An airstrike from an Apache helicopter killed
five suspects in a car.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis