Updated at 10:20 p.m. EDT, June 15, 2008
At least 19 Iraqis
were killed and 29 more were wounded in the latest violence. Several more
people were wounded during a bombing in Baghdad; however, no Coalition casualties
were reported. Meanwhile, Iran continues
to shell border regions in Iraq as part of their campaign against PJAK rebels.
In Baghdad, an Iraqi
army officer, his wife and his mother were killed during a home invasion in
Adel; the officer's
son was injured. A roadside bomb in Rustamiyah injured
two policemen and a civilian. In Wahda, a roadside bomb injured
two people. A bombing near a technical college left an unknown
number of wounded. A large cache of weapons was found.
Three wanted men were arrested.
Also, three dumped bodies
An IED killed
two people and wounded two Iraq army officers in Kirkuk.
Mosul, a professor
was killed and his two sons were wounded during an armed attack. A lawyer
was shot dead in his office. Two
policemen were gunned down in a separate incident. Also, police killed
a suicide bomber as he was attacking a police commander; four
policemen were wounded.
An IED wounded
six policemen in Duluiya.
The Iraqi army killed
four suspects and captured 50 across Iraq.
A new police chief was
in Missan province, ahead of a "security crackdown" being imposed by the
Baghdad government. An IED was defused
and ammunition was found in Amara.
45 suspects in Hit.
In Diyala province, three people were
in connection with a suicide bombing that took place yesterday in Qara Taba. A
provincial chief warned
that more female suicide bombers could be on the way.
was killed in a roadside bombing yesterday.
U.S. forces bombed Yathrib
Between Kirkuk and Tuz Khormato,
a roadside bomb killed
one Iraqi soldier and would three more.
Also, 39 people were wounded
in celebratory gunfire that followed Iraq's soccer team win in a World Cup qualifier.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis