IRAQ NEWS SUMMARY (29 NOVEMBER 2014)
At least (16) militiamen of the so-called "Popular Mobilization" have been killed, and many others injured, after being targeted by a sniper on the road that connects between the towns of (Balad) and (Samarra) southern Salahuddin province, according to sources in the government police on Saturday.
Two militiamen of the so-called "Popular Mobilization" were killed, and five others were wounded; in a preliminary outcome of a truck bomb hit their point Saturday evening, exploded after the driver enabling to break into the checkpoint of that militia on the highway southwest of the city of Samarra south of the city Tikrit, Salahuddin province.
At least five civilians injured; in a bomb explosion on Saturday evening amid the (Tuz Khurmato) east of Salahuddin province.
Two people were killed and 11 others wounded; as a result of an attack by gunmen targeted two civilian cars Saturday on the main road connecting the capital Baghdad with (Samarra) south of the city of Tikrit, Salahuddin province.
Two people were killed, one of the members of sectarian militias, 11 others injured, after two blasts Saturday evening in separate locations north and east of the capital Baghdad.
Three people were killed and 12 others wounded as a result of two blasts in separate locations, the first bomb exploded near a popular restaurant in the area (Sheikh Omar) center of the capital and the other exploded in the industrial district area (Baya) southwest of Baghdad.
Two people were killed and six others wounded, most of them seriously injured, when an adhesive bomb exploded in a car they were traveling on Saturday morning in the area (Shaab) northeast of the capital Baghdad.
Two people were injured in a bomb explosion in the district (Madain) south of Baghdad, in the fourth incident witnessed in the capital on Saturday, which also has seen the theft of 80 thousand dollars in an armed robbery targeted banking offices near the "Jadiriya Private Hospital" in central Baghdad.
Four civilians were killed and ten others seriously injured, as a result of the ongoing government bombing, which targeted numerous residential neighborhoods in Fallujah, the largest city of Anbar province.
Five people were killed, including four children in a roadside bomb on Saturday on a road leading to the area (Alsjaria) east of the city of Ramadi, Anbar province.