Roundup of Iraq Violence, Friday, 13 July 2007

McClatchy NewspapersJuly 13, 2007 

The daily Iraq violence report is compiled by McClatchy Newspapers special correspondents in Baghdad from police, military and medical reports. This is not a comprehensive list of all violence in iraq, much of which goes unreported. It's posted without editing as transmitted to McClatchy's Washington Bureau.


- 5 policemen were killed and 9 others wounded in clashes between the guards of the ministry of interior affairs and gunmen hiding behind Al Gailani fuel station downtown Baghdad around 2:00am.

- Gunmen killed an Iraqi journalist working for New York Times newspaper near Al Saidiyah fuel station south Baghdad around 9:00 am.

- 3 civilians were killed and 5 others were injured when the US troops opened fire after an IED explosion targeted the US army convoy in Al Fadhiliyah neighborhood north east Baghdad around 11:00 am. A car and a house were burnt in the incident.


- A civilian was killed and 3 others were wounded when mortar shells hit Abo Saida district east Baquba early morning today.

- A civilian was killed when mortar shells hit Buhroz area south of Baquba around 9,00 am.

- 2 civilians were wounded in an IED explosion in Raggat Al Shat area, part of Khalis town north of Baquba around 11:00 am.

- 10 civilians were injured when mortar shells hit Al Gsereen area, part of Khalis town north of Baquba around 1:10 pm.

- A civilians was killed and another was injured in an IED explosion targeted a car in Bani Saad area south of Baquba city around 1:45 pm.

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