Updated at 11:06 p.m. July 19, 2008
At least 13 Iraqis were killed
and five more were wounded in the latest attacks. No Coalition deaths were
reported, but a British hostage may have killed himself.
A militant group
holding five British hostages has released
a video in which they claim that one of their hostages killed himself in May,
about a year after he was kidnapped.
In Mosul, a failed kidnapping
left one victim dead and another
wounded. A body bearing
gunshot wounds and handcuffs was discovered yesterday. A policeman
was shot dead at a checkpoint. Also, gunmen killed
a man just outside his home.
In Baghdad, four
civilians were wounded during a bombing in Karrada. A bomb targeting
a U.S. patrol in Zayouna left no
casualties. One dumped
body was found.
bodies were found in Khalis. They belonged to three brothers who had
been kidnapped on Wednesday.
Gunmen attacked a patrol in Tikrit,
killing three policemen.
The bodies of a woman
and her daughter were found in Suleimaniya.
U.S. forces detained
21 suspects across central and northern Iraq.
A local Karbala
to having killed scores of people. A 1920 Brigades leader was arrested
disguised in clerical attire.
In Kut, seven IEDs were found and
An IED targeting a police patrol in Souk al-Shoyoukh left no
Police in Baquba freed
a hostage and arrested three Awakening Council members who were holding the victim.
Ten Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) rebels were killed
during clashes in southeast Turkey. The rebels are fighting for a homeland that
stretches across parts of Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria and Armenia. Many are based
in Iraq, which is the only country that has given its Kurdish region autonomy.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis