In June, at least 230 people were killed, and 138
more were wounded. Also, 12 bodies were recovered from a mass grave or
from the war rubble in Mosul. At least 254 people were killed, and 84 were
wounded across Iraq during June.
At least 24 civilians, 38 security members, and 28 militants
were killed. The number of fatalities among the militants dropped dramatically,
while about the same number of deaths occurred among civilians and security
personnel. The same was true regarding the number of wounded: 24 civilians, 45
security personnel, and two militants.
However, British authorities reported on the deaths of 100 militants in
operations that began in April. It is unclear how many of those were only
during July, so all are being included in these figures.
Separately, protests turned violent. The slow movement of anti-corruption
measures and lack of appropriate services in the blistering summer heat were
two of the main complaints. At least five demonstrators were killed, and 67
Eight decomposed bodies were recovered from war debris in
Mosul. Four people were discovered buried in a yard in Sinjar. All 12 are
thought to be Islamic State casualties.
In the conflict between the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (P.K.K.) and Turkey, at
least 20 guerrillas and one soldier were killed in northern Iraq. Two Iraqi
civilians were also reported killed.
At least four were killed and four were wounded in recent violence.
Turkish operations against Kurdistan Workers’
Party (P.K.K.) targets in Avasin-Baysan left three
Author: Margaret Griffis
Margaret Griffis is a journalist from Miami Beach, Florida and has
been covering Iraqi casualties for Antiwar.com since 2006.
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