Updated at 11:40 p.m. EST, Nov. 21, 2007
Today, two previously reported Coalition troops deaths were revealed to have been British. The U.S. military said that an American
soldier was killed in a separate incident. Also, at least 74 Iraqis
were killed or found dead and 48 more Iraqis were wounded. Relatively quiet
Anbar province saw a suicide attack and the discovery of a mass grave.
soldier was killed and three more were wounded in Baghdad during an EFP
attack yesterday. An Iraqi
interpreter was also killed. Meanwhile, the U.K. military revealed that the
Coalition deaths reported yesterday were British. Erroneous early reports
said the pair had been killed in a U.S. helicopter crash. Also, only
two more soldiers were wounded, down from an estimated 12 yesterday.
discovered a mass grave containing over 40
bodies, some of them belonging to children, in Muwaili, which until
recently was under control of al-Qaeda forces.
people were killed and up to 30 more were wounded during a car bomb attack
outside a courthouse in Ramadi.
In Baghdad, six
decomposed bodies were found buried in Saidiya. Three
more bodies were found dumped in other locations. Three
policemen were injured during a roadside bomb attack in Mansour. Late
in the evening, the Secretary
of Iraqi Interior Ministry was gunned down and two companions were wounded
during a drive-by shooting in al-Shabb.
In Mosul, a bomb wounded
a policeman in the al-Masaref district, while two
unidentified bodies were discovered in the al-Senaa al-Qadeema region.
At the home of a tribal leader, a bomb killed
one person and wounded three others.
In Sulaimaniya, a bomb
the head of Kurdistan's Political Prisoners Association. The device was attached
to his car.
dumped bodies were found in Baquba.
In IED wounded
two people in Khalis.
Gunmen in Muqdadiyah attacked an
Awakening Council center and injured
officer was gunned down in Kut.
U.S. forces killed
six suspects and detained 10 others in central and northern Iraq. Four
gunmen were killed in Muqdadiyah. Thirty people were arrested
in Diwaniya. An al-Qaeda leader was arrested
in Anbar. Also, police in Baghdad killed
one suspect and freed a hostage while detaining another fourteen; four
policemen were wounded.
Compiled by Margaret Griffis