Updated at 12:15 a.m. EST, Nov. 14, 2007
At least 62 Iraqis
were killed and 43 more were wounded in the latest round of violence. Four
U.S. soldiers were killed and four more were wounded in separate events as well.
Also, the chief of police in Basra warned
of the worsening security situation in the city; most of those attacks go unpublished.
MNF-North soldiers were killed and four more were wounded in Diyala province
during an explosion. An MNC-I
soldier was shot and killed in Mosul. Also, a soldier
died yesterday of wounds received during a small arms attack in Baghdad.
unidentified bodies were found dumped throughout the city. A roadside bomb
in Karrada left
eight wounded, including three policemen. A car bomb in front of a mosque
in al-Jadida wounded
two people. Seven car bombs were confiscated
in Adhamiya. A roadside bomb in New Baghdad left no
casualties. A U.S. Humvee was damaged
during an IED explosion. Also, Prime Minister al-Maliki hopes
to end a months-long curfew and reopen closed streets thanks to a reduction in
violence in the capital.
U.S and Iraqi forces launched a major battle
against suspected al-Qaeda elements in the town of Adwaniya, south of Baghdad.
gunmen were killed in the battle that began after gunmen fired mortars and
attacked local security checkpoints.
In Mosul, a woman
and a child were killed during a fire that erupted during a gun battle involving
U.S. troops searching for a suspected al-Qaeda leader; the
suspect was also killed. A policeman
was gunned down in the al-Sada Bouaweiza neighborhood while, a medic
was killed in al-Nour. Also, the body
of a policeman, who was kidnapped earlier, was discovered in the Yarmouk district.
Gunmen in Hawija shot dead
an Iraqi soldier.
In Riyadh, a roadside bomb wounded
six policemen during an assassination
attempt on a deputy police chief.
captain was killed and his wife was wounded when gunmen attacked them in their
car in Kirkuk. In a separate incident, a policeman
was also gunned down. Also, a body
Iraqi soldiers were killed and seven others were injured during a roadside
bombing west of Baquba. Also, a hostage was freed.
A roadside bomb in Mussayab killed
two policemen and wounded two others.
A drive-by shooting in Kifl
left one person
In Jurf al-Sakhar, a roadside bomb killed
two people and injured two more.
A roadside bomb near Samarra
killed an Iraqi
army colonel and wounded two bodyguards traveling in his convoy.
young men were wounded during a drive-by shooting in Muqdadiya.
IED injured three people
In Qadir Kam village, a family
of five was slaughtered.
dumped bodies were found in Abu Saida.
In Mandali, a
policeman and a civilian were killed, and two others were wounded in an explosion
that was followed by small gunfire.
security guards were wounded during an assassination attempt on the police
chief of Iskandariya. On the way to the hospital, the group was blasted
by yet another explosion. One
of the injured guards was killed and another person was wounded in that incident.
Islamic Army of Iraq, now working with the Coalition, killed
seven al-Qaeda suspects.
male gynecologists were reportedly killed last week in a campaign to rid the
country of male doctors who treat women.
U.S. forces killed
one suspect and arrested 14 others in northern Iraq. Nineteen suspects
in Kirkuk by Iraqi troops. Also, three people were arrested
during a U.S.-forces raid on a mosque in Baghdad.
Also, Turkish forces
shelling of Iraqi border territory. Meanwhile, eight Turkish soldiers, who were
captives of Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) forces, have been jailed
on a number of charges, including "disobeying orders." And, PKK rebels
four Turkish soldiers and injured nine more in the Turkish province of Sirnak.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis