Round - up of Daily Violence in Iraq Wednesday 12 December 2007

McClatchy NewspapersDecember 12, 2007 

The daily Iraqi 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.

Baghdad

5 civilians were killed and 13 others wounded in a parked car bomb in Ghadeer neighborhood east Baghdad around 3,30 pm.

A policeman was injured when gunmen opened fire targeting a police patrol in Doura neighborhood south Baghdad around 5,30 pm.

3 employees were injured when gunmen opened fire targeting their car in Al Tobchi neighborhood west Baghdad around 4,30 pm.

3 civilians were injured when a mortar shell hit Al Hodood club building in AL Qanat area east Baghdad around 7,30

Police found 5 anonymous bodies in the following neighborhoods of Baghdad (2 bodesin in Doura, 1 body in Palestine Street, 1 body near Nahdha Bridge and 1 body in Atifiyah.

Amarah Three car bombs exploded nearby a local market downtown Misan city south of Baghdad around 10,00 am killing at least 42 civilians and injuring 125, police said that the first car exploded inside a park in Dijla Street and when people gathered for help, the second car exploded followed by the third car. Medical sources said that Al Zahrawi hospital received the bodies of 18 killed people and 35 injured people while Al Sadr hospital received the bodies of 17 people and 65 injured people.

Kirkuk

3 civilians were injured in a IED explosion that targeted a police patrol near Almaz area north Kirkuk today morning.

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