Updated at 9:25 p.m., April 28, 3008
At least 43 Iraqis were
killed and another 112 were wounded in the latest attacks, most of them in
Baghdad and Sadr City. No Coalition deaths were reported. Also four U.S. servicemembers
American soldiers were killed during a mortar or rocket attack in Baghdad.
was killed in a separate mortar attack. .
In Baghdad, six
bodies were found. A woman
and child were killed, and four civilians were wounded, when mortars fell
near the Green Zone in Karadat Mariam. Three
policemen were wounded when mortars fell on the Jazeera police station.
In Mansour, a mortar round injured
two people. Five
people were injured during a mortar attack in Mamil. Two
people were injured in a U.S. airstrike on al-Qanat Street. A motorcycle
bomb targeting an Awakening Council (Sahwa) patrol killed
one and injured three more. Three
Sahwa were injured during a roadside bombing at their checkpoint in Adhamiya.
Three electrical technicians
were injured during a roadside bombing in Nahdha. Four
Iraqis were injured during an attack on a U.S. patrol in Amil. Mortars
in Baladiyat failed
to leave casualties. A Katyusha rocket left no
causalties in Karrada. Two suspects were arrested after two
people were killed. Yesterday in Harthiya, one
civilian was killed and seven more were wounded when a car bomb exploded.
Also, U.S. forces reported killing
16 more suspects in various incidents on Sunday than had previously been reported.
Sadr City police and hospital sources reported eight
dead and 72 wounded in the latest violence. Eight women and four children
were among the casualties.
lawmaker was killed and his wife was injured during an armed attack in Basra.
Also, seven suspects were arrested in a separate incident.
a policeman. A group of Sahwa members wounded
a civilian, and then they were arrested.
A roadside bomb wounded
a policeman in Kirkuk.
In Mosul, an Iraqi
soldier was killed during clashes. Three suspects were arrested
in a separate incident.
Three suspects were arrested
In al-Bayjat, civilians and Sahwa fought against
and killed five attackers.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis