Updated at 7:55 p.m .EDT, May 27, 2008
At least 37 Iraqis were
killed and 83 more were wounded in the latest attacks. One incident involved
Iranian soldiers at the border. One
American soldier was killed and two were wounded in a roadside bombing near
Diwaniya on Sunday. Also, Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr has called
for weekly protests against the U.S.-Iraqi security deal.
A car bomb blew
up in a Tal Afar marketplace, killing
four people and wounding 46 more.
In Baghdad, three
dumped bodies were found. An Awakening
Council (Sahwa) member was killed and three others were wounded in Adhamiya.
During security operations, eight
suspects and and three security members were killed; five security members were
wounded. Also, 290 detainees were released.
bomb at the home of a Sahwa member in Diyala province killed
one member and wounded six people, including a civilian suspected of involvement
in the blast.
three oil technicians working on a pipeline n Baiji.
a policeman was shot and killed
in a crowded area. Gunmen killed
a woman in a western neighborhood. Six
civilians were wounded during a roadside bombing in al-Darkazliya.
In Zahra, 11
policemen were injured during a roadside bombing.
an Iraqi army soldier and wounded a second one in Hibhib. A child
was also wounded.
gunmen were killed and two policemen were injured during clashes in al-Salam.
In Amara, an Iraq
army soldier was shot dead.
A roadside bomb in Fallujah killed
a policeman in al-Senaa. South of town, another bomb injured
a policeman and a civilian.
casualties were reported after rockets blasted Ashraf. The camp is
home to Iranian refugees, including members of the People's Mujahideen Organisation
of Iran (PMOI).
Iranian soldiers shot and killed
a border guard near Sulaimaniyah. In recent weeks, the Iranian military
has launched artillery into the area targeting suspected Party of Free Life of
Kurdistan (PJAK) rebels hiding there.
Five suspects were arrested
west of Kirkuk. Gunmen shot
dead a civilian.
A special groups leader was detained
in Suwayra. "Special groups" is a term used by the U.S. military to describe
associations suspected of receiving support from Iran.
Six gunmen were
Compiled by Margaret Griffis