Updated at 5:25 p.m. EDT, June 6, 2008
At least 21 Iraqis were
killed and eight more were wounded on a relatively quiet prayer day. No Coalition
troops were reported killed. Meanwhile, Iranian forces continue
to shell suspected Party of Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) rebel locations in northern
Iraq. Casualties, if any, are unknown.
In Sadr City, a U.S. air
strike killed four men who
had been observed loading weapons into a truck.
At a Dour checkpoint,
gunmen killed three policemen
and wounded two more.
suicide bomber killed one policeman and wounded four others in Ramadi.
A second woman fled the
U.S. forces killed
four suspects and arrested 20 more in Kirkuk. A former intelligence
officer from the Saddam regime was kidnapped.
A civilian was wounded
during a shooting.
al-Qaeda suspects were killed and six more were detained in Muqdadiyah.
In Mosul, a charred
body was discovered.
An off-duty policeman was kidnapped
Ten wanted men and 22 other suspects were captured
by Coalition forces in northern and central Iraq.
a "special groups" leader surrendered.
The term "special groups" is used to describe Shi'ite militia who are suspected
of receiving aid from Iran.
In al-Nasr Wa Salam, four
men blew themselves up as they were planting a roadside bomb. Gunmen wounded
A roadside bomb damaged the home of an officer in Suleiman
Bek, but no casualties
In Jalawla, a bomb near the home of a Kurdistan Democratic
Party member's home left one casualty.
An al-Qaeda leader was killed
Compiled by Margaret Griffis