Updated at 9:35 p.m. EST, Jan. 16, 2009
At least seven Iraqis
were killed and 16 more were wounded. No Coalition deaths were reported. Meanwhile,
a journalist known for throwing shoes at U.S. President Bush is
in good condition and being treated well, according to his brother.
civilians were killed and five more were wounded during a roadside bomb attack
In Mosul, gunmen stormed a home where they killed
a woman and wounded two others. A roadside bomb attack in Zanjili left
three Iraqi soldiers
injured. A soldier was wounded
in a roadside bomb attack. Also, the body
of a Christian belonging to the Armenian church was found; no nationality
A Katyusha rocket landed near a government center in Kirkuk
body was found in Mussayab.
candidate was killed in a drive-by shooting near Hilla. Four
bodyguards were injured.
Three suspects were arrested
in Balad Ruz.
In Baghdad, a U.S.
soldier was injured during a bombing in New Baghdad. A Katyusha rocket
struck the Green Zone, but no
casualties were reported.
Police in Baquba imposed
a curfew in order to implement security operations that have so far netted
Compiled by Margaret Griffis