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.
One mortar round slammed into the Green Zone at around 7 a.m. Monday. No casualties were reported.
A roadside bomb targeted a police patrol in Karrada In, central Baghdad, at 8 a.m. Monday, injuring two policemen and two civilians.
A roadside bomb targeted a police patrol near the National Theatre, Karrada, central Baghdad, at around noon, Monday, injuring two civilians and one policeman.
Armed men in a speeding car sgot and killed Sheikh Ibraheem Khalaf, imam of Suhaeb Mosque in Dora, south Baghdad, late Sunday.
A roadside bomb targeted a police patrol in I'lam neighbourhood, south Baghdad late Sunday, injuring two policemen and one civilian.
One mortar round slammed into the Green Zone, Sunday evening. No casualties were reported.
A car bomb driven by a suicide bomber targeted civilians in Qibla intersection in west Basra city, Monday, killing at least five civilians and injuring at least 43 more, said medical authorities who expect death toll to rise because of the serious nature of many of the injuries.
A car bomb parked near the eastern entrance to the city, Bab Twaireej, detonated at 8.30 a.m. Monday, targeting a coach carrying Iranian pilgrims on their way to the holy city. The explosion caused the death of 14 people, five of whom were Iranian pilgrims and injured another 40, most of whom were Iranian pilgrims.
A car bomb parked in a car park in central Najaf (about 700m from the holy shrine) detonated at 1.15 p.m. Monday, targeting coaches of Iranian pilgrims. The explosion killed eight civilians, including two Iranian pilgrims, and injured 21 civilians many of whom were also Iranian pilgrims, but included four primary-school boys returning home from school, said security authorities. Eyewitnesses said there were more casualties.
Two roadside bombs, within seconds of each other targeted a police patrol in Dawasa neighbourhood, central Mosul, Monday, injuring four policemen and two civilians.
A suicide bomber was suspected, engaged and killed near a school in Tel Afar, west Mosul, Monday, before he detonated his explosive belt.
A roadside bomb targeted a police patrol in Tel Afar neighbourhood, west Mosul, late Sunday, killing one policeman and injuring six other people including three policemen.