Mass Grave Found in Fallujah; 125 Killed in Iraq


Mass Grave Found in Fallujah; 125 Killed in Iraq

Colonel Chris Garver, the U.S. military spokesman in
Iraq, reported
on the deployment of a floating bridge on the Tigris River near Qayara.
Ten U.S. soldiers helped Iraqi security forces set up the bridge, which will be
an essential tool in the upcoming operation to free Mosul.

At least 125 people were killed and 45 were wounded:

A mass grave containing 25
victims was found
in Fallujah.

In Baghdad, a woman
and four children were killed
when mortars landed on the al-Salam
displaced persons camp; at least seven
others were wounded
. A suicide
six people
, including three policemen, and wounded
15 more
at a Shoala market. A blast killed
two civilians and wounded five more
in Saidiya. In Rashidiya,
intelligence officers were shot dead
. Iraqi forces killed
two suicide bombers

A bomb in Rutba killed
a police commander and two aides
; four
soldiers were also injured

A bomb at a Yusufiya market left three
dead and nine wounded

militiamen were killed
when a booby-trapped house exploded in Garma.

A strike killed
a militant judge and two aides
, but it also left six
civilians dead
who were in custody.

In Mosul, militants executed 17 of their commanders for
deserting the frontlines at Qayara.

Airstrikes left 16
militants dead
in Baghdadi.

Clashes in Bazwaya left eight
militants dead and five wounded

militants were killed
in a strike on Jazirat al-Khalidiya.

Seven more
militants were killed
in strikes on Albu Ali al-Jassim.

A strike on Shirqat killed
another seven

In Hawija, a strike killed
a militant communication expert
and several bodyguards.

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