Saturday, May 21, 2011

Seven killed in separate attacks in northern Iraq

Baghdad .- At least seven people died in the last hours in Iraq and eleven were wounded in bombings and attacks in various parts of the north, reported Saturday the Iraqi police sources. According to sources, a policeman and his brother were killed today by unknown assailants who broke into his home in the northern city of Kirkuk, some 250 kilometers north of Baghdad.

It also said two Iraqi soldiers were killed last night and two others were injured by the explosion of a device to step from their vehicles about 30 miles south of Kirkuk. Also last night, two policemen were killed and eight wounded by the detonation of a bomb tried to defuse in the southern city of Mosul.

In another incident, one civilian was killed Saturday and another was injured by the shooting of an armed group in the town of Kanaan, about 20 miles east of Baquba, capital of Diayala province, northeast of Baghdad. Security forces detained two suspected of involvement in the attack, sources said.

No comments:

Post a Comment