Updated at 7:42 p.m. EDT, May 4, 2008
At least 33 Iraqis were
killed and 66 more were wounded in the latest violence. Mosul was the scene
of numerous small attacks, but clashes in Sadr City continue to claim the most
lives. No Coalition deaths were reported.
In Baghdad, three
dumped bodies were recovered. Four
bodyguards were wounded when a roadside bomb struck a convoy carrying President
Jalal Talabani's wife through Karrada. Also in Karrada, mortars injured
two civilians, but a rocket failed
to harm anyone. A bomb killed
one civilian and injured eight others at a Yarmouk traffic circle.
One civilian was injured
when a bomb magnetically attached to a car was detonated in the Green Zone,
which also suffered
a mortar attack. A Baghdad University dean's assistant
was killed and his two sons were wounded when gunmen attacked them in Adil.
Two Iraqi soldiers were
injured during a roadside bombing. A roadside bomb in Zayouna left a
man and two children with injuries. Two gunmen were detained.
Also, a weapon's cache was discovered.
At least 10 people were
killed in Sadr City, according to hospital sources. At least 38
others were wounded. U.S. forces killed
In Mosul, gunmen pulled a female
journalist from a taxi and killed her. A roadside bomb killed
a man and wounded a second person. Another bomb injured
two children. Gunmen shot
dead a civilian. An unidentified
body was found dumped in the al-Hirmat neighborhood. A decapitated
body wearing a military uniform was found. Another body
was found yesterday. Soldiers killed
a potential suicide bomber; one soldier was injured. Also, three suspects
Bombs planted near a Balad policeman's home killed
In Basra, Iraqi forces arrested
members of the Thar Allah Party and demolished their mosque.
Council (Sahwa) member
was killed and another was wounded as they were trying to defuse a roadside
bomb in Wajihiya.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis