Updated at 11:59 p.m. EDT, Oct. 20, 2007
At least 24 Iraqis
were killed or found dead and 32 more were wounded in the latest violence.
A wanted serial killer was arrested al-Bu Owan. Also, the DOD reported that a
was killed yesterday in Baghdad, while an MND-B
soldier was killed and eight others were wounded on Thursday.
unidentified bodies were found dumped in several neighborhoods. A roadside
bomb killed one person
and two others in the al-Tobchi district. In Ghadir, a roadside
bomb killed a
streetcleaner and wounded three more. Gunmen set fire
to a Moqtada al-Sadr related newspaper near Sadr City. Also, three
policemen were killed and nine were wounded during security operations that
netted 34 suspects.
people were killed and nine more were wounded during a roadside bombing in
policemen were wounded during a bombing yesterday. Also yesterday, gunmen
killed a local
In Kirkuk, six people were kidnapped
in separate incidents. A body
bearing gunshot wounds was found outside of town. Three
policemen were wounded during a roadside bombing.
A roadside bomb in
two Iraqi soldiers.
Polish forces killed
two gunmen during a previously reported incident yesterday in Diwaniya.
A gunman tossed a grenade at a building in Basra and wounded
Police and gunmen clashed in Karbala, where one
militant suspect was arrested.
Police in al-Bu Olwan, near Hilla, arrested
an alleged serial killer suspected of slaughtering 150 people.
bodies were found by police in Baquba.
The mayor of Hettin
neighborhood in the Hilla area was assassinated
U.S. forces arrested
11 suspects in central Iraq and killed
one in Baquba. Troops found
19 tons of explosives in Tarmiya. Joint Iraqi-U.S. forces detained
30 suspects in Diyala province. Also, U.S. forces raided
an Iraqi Islamic Party (IIP) office and left it in shambles.
Turkey has slightly backed
off its aggressive stance and now hopes that the U.S. or other Coalition member
will handle the Kurd rebel issue internally.
Compiled by Margaret