Round-up of Daily Violence in Iraq - Thursday 25 June 2009

McClatchy NewspapersJune 25, 2009 

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.


Around 11 p.m. on Wednesday evening, a roadside bomb detonated targeting a walking patrol of the Iraqi National Police in Baladiyat neighborhood in east Baghdad killing a high rank officer and injuring policemen.

Two civilians were wounded when three mortar shells hit Abo Nowas Street in downtown Baghdad on Wednesday early morning.

Two members of the national police were injured by a roadside bomb that targeted their patrol in Karrada neighborhood in downtown Baghdad around 5 a.m.

Around 6 a.m. A roadside bomb detonated in Orfali area in east Baghdad. No casualties were reported.

Two civilians were killed and four others were wounded by a roadside bomb that detonated in Bayaa bus station in west Baghdad around 10 a.m.

Five civilians were wounded by a parked car bomb inside Bayaa bus station in west Baghdad around 1 p.m.

Four civilians were injured when three mortar shells hit Abo Nowas Street in downtown Baghdad around 9 p.m.


Three policemen were wounded when clashes broke out between Iraqi police and insurgents in Faisaliyah area in downtown Mosul city on Thursday noon.

Gunmen killed a 16 years man in Almoharibeen area in east mosul on Thirsday afternoon.

An Iraqi soldier and 15 people were wounded including nine Iraqi soldiers when a parked car bomb detonated in Alarabi area in north Mosul on Thirsday afternoon.

An insurgent died while he was planting a roadside bomb in Rifa'i area in Mosul city om Thursday afternoon.


Five policemen were killed including an officer when a roadside bomb detonated targeting their patrol in Shamiyah area west of Baghdad around 7 p.m.

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