Updated at 12:15 a.m. EST, Nov. 28, 2007
At least 46 Iraqis
were killed or found dead and 35 more were wounded during attacks that included
multiple shootings involving U.S. troops and civilians. Also, an Iraqi journalist
is accusing the Interior Ministry of killing his family in Baghdad yesterday.
Also two U.S. soldiers were killed and seven more were wounded in separate
events that took place today..
MND-B soldiers were killed and two more were wounded during an explosion
near Tuz Khormato. Meanwhile, in Baquba, a female
suicide bomber detonated her vest, wounding
seven GIs and injuring five Iraqi civilians; two
people were killed.
A journalist, whose family was gunned down in Baghdad,
Interior Ministry forces of staging the slaughter as a message to other journalists.
He also said that the family’s wake, which was held in Kut, was raided.
Meanwhile, an Interior Ministry spokesman denied that the killings took place.
bomber posing as a shepherd attacked a police station in Baquba. Four
policemen and two civilians were killed in the initial blast, while three
women died in an ensuing gunfight. Thirteen
people were wounded.
In Baghdad, a bus driver transporting finance
ministry employees failed to stop at a Shaab district checkpoint; U.S.
soldiers opened fired on the bus, killing
four people and wounding two more. In Saidiya, Iraqi soldiers killed
a gunman who was attacking their checkpoint. A roadside bomb targeting a U.S.
convoy in Karrada wounded
three civilians instead. Two
people were injured during a car bombing in Mansour. Also, eight
dumped bodies were discovered.
U.S. soldiers in Baiji killed
two civilians and a child traveling in a car that approached their checkpoint
at a high rate of speed. Also, two
suspects were killed in a raid.
dumped bodies were found west of Mosul, and a car bomb wounded
four in the city’s Wadi Hajar neighborhood. Also, two suspects were
Later, seven more suspects were captured.
In al-Bu Aziz, armed clashes with al-Qaeda left an al-Aankabiya
chieftain dead and two villagers wounded.
A roadside bomb in al-Salam
one civilian and wounded two others.
was gunned down in Hawija.
A man who failed to stop at
a U.S. forces checkpoint in Ramadi was shot
Near Tikrit, tribal members stopped a police convoy
and kidnapped four
men, whose corpses were later discovered.
A fuel pipeline near Basra
aflame during tribal clashes. One
person was killed and several were injured.
In Kirkuk, 28 suspects
of Baghdad in Salman Pak, a taxi
driver was injured during a roadside bombing.
dumped bodies were found on the banks of the Zab River in al-Zab.
al-Azizyah, a roadside bomb injured
a man driving a tractor.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis