Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Southern Iraq Escapes Most Of The Violence Seen In Rest Of Country

 
As security has deteriorated in northern and central Iraq the south has not been saved. Al Qaeda in Iraq has launched a sustained campaign to bomb major cities at least once a month in southern Iraq. Babil province with its mixed population has seen constant insurgent activity. Due to the sectarian attacks upon Shiites people have begun retaliatory attacks upon Sunnis in Basra as well. Despite all that most of the population in the south has not witnessed the violence seen in the rest of the country.
(Wikipedia)

Militant activity was at a low level in the south at the beginning of the year. There were 21 attacks in January, 12 in February, 20 in March, 29 in April, 21 in May, and 24 in June. Of those 127 incidents, 79 were in Babil province. Almost all of those were concentrated in the north where Sunnis predominate in places like Jurf al-Sakhr, 17, Musayab, 15, Iskandiriya, 9, Alexandria, 8, Jbalah, 7, reaching down to Hillah, 8. That led to 150 deaths almost all of which were regular civilians. Basra was the next biggest target with 16 incidents from January to June. The deadliest were car bombs. March 17, two went off in Basra city leaving 10 dead and 27 wounded. May 20 two more detonated in the city with 13 killed and 50 wounded. June 16 an additional two car bombs exploded with 4 dead and 6 wounded. There were also a number of smaller incidents in the province, some with a sectarian hue such as the assassination of a Sunni professor on January 31, a Sunni cleric who was a member of the Basra provincial council being shot in Abu Kaseeb on May 12 and another imam shot in that city on May 18. Additionally, a sticky bomb killed a driver on March 21, an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) went off in Zubayr on March 31 with two wounded, and another in Basra city on April 18 leaving three wounded, two shootings on April 26 one of which led to the black rights activist getting killed, a coast guard officer was murdered by a sticky bomb on May 6, and there were six separate people gunned down on June 29 in Basra city. Additional targets over the first six months included Wasit, 11 attacks, Karbala, 10, Qadisiyah, 4, and Dhi Qar, Maysan, and Najaf with two each. Car bombs were the favorite method used striking Karbala on January 5, three times on January 17, February 8, April 29, Wasit on February 28, April 16, June 16, Qadisiyah on March 1 and April 29, Dhi Qar on April 15 and June 16, Najaf on April 25 and June 16, and Maysan on April 29. That meant every southern province was hit at least once in the beginning of the year with the exception of Muthanna. In total, those car bombs left 51 killed and 343 wounded. These attacks were all probably the work of Al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI). As the year progressed many of these car bombs coincided with similar attacks throughout the country. On May 20 for example, not only was Babil and Basra bombed, but so was Diyala, Ninewa, Salahaddin, and Baghdad leaving at least 72 or more dead. There was a similar wave of attacks on June 16 in Wasit, Basra, Babil, Dhi Qar, Najaf in the south, Baghdad in the center, and Ninewa, Tami, and Salahaddin in the north resulting in a minimum of 36 deaths.
(IraqSlogger)

Security Incidents Jan.-Jun 2013 Southern Iraq
Month
City & # of Incidents
Province & # of Incidents
Type of Attack/#
Killed
Wounded
January
21 Incidents
Babil 14
Car Bombs 9
45 Killed
129 Wounded

Karbala 5
Karbala 6
Gunfire 6

4 Police

Jurf al-Sakhr 4
Basra
Bombs/IEDs 4

4 Soldiers

Musayab 3

Mortar 2



Iskandiriya 2

Roadside Bomb



Alexandria





Basra





Hillah





Imam Aoun





Mahawil





Qasim




February
12 Incidents
Babil 9
Gunfire 5
23 Killed
52 Wounded

Jurf al-Sakhr 3
Wasit 2
Car Bombs 4
2 Police
5 Police

Musayab 3
Karbala
Roadside Bomb



Shomali 2

Rockets



Aziziya

Sticky Bomb



Bahbahan





Hindiya





Kut




March
20 Incidents
Babil 12
Car Bombs 7
59 Killed
156 Wounded

Jurf al-Sakhr 4
Basra 4
Gunfire 6
4-18 Police


Basra 3
Wasit 2
IEDs 5
1-15 Soldiers


Alexandria 2
Karbala
Sticky Bombs 2
5 Sons of Iraq


Jbalah 2
Qadisiyah
Suicide Bombers 2



Karbala 2

Stabbing



Kut 2





Musayab 2





Diwaniya





Hillah





Iskandiriya





Zubayr




April
29 Incidents
Babil 15
Car Bombs 13
51 Killed
155 Wounded

Musayab 4
Basra 4
Gunfire 9
2 Police
4 Police

Alexandria 3
Wasit 3
Roadside Bombs 5
2 Soldiers
1 Soldier

Jurf al-Sakhr 3
Qadisiayh 2
Mortar 2



Basra 2
Dhi Qar
IED



Kut 2
Karbala




Mahawil 2
Maysan




Amarah
Najaf




Djail





Diwaniya





Hillah





Iskandiriya





Jbalah





Karbala





Najaf





Nasiriyah





Shatt al-Arab





Shomali





Zubayr




May
21 Incidents
Babil 12
Gunfire 12
37 Killed
123 Wounded

Jurf al-Sakhr 3
Basra 4
Bombs/IEDs 2
1 Soldier
2 Police

Abu Kaseeb 2
Wasit 2
Car Bombs 2

1 Soldier

Basra 2
Karbala
Sticky Bombs 2



Hillah 2
Maysan
Grenade



Jbalah 2
Qadisiyah
Mortar



Albu Mustafa

Roadside Bomb



Alexandria

Suicide Bomber



Amarah





Askheri





Aziziya





Diwaniya





Karbala





Kut





Musayab




June
24 Incidents
Babil 17
Car Bombs 7
37 Killed
134 Wounded

Hillah 4
Basra 3
Gunfire 7

3 Soldiers

Jurf al-Sakhr 4
Wasit 2
IEDs 4

2 Police

Basra 3
Dhi Qar
Roadside Bombs 2



Jbalah 3
Najaf
Sticky Bombs 2



Kut 2

Suicide Bomber



Musayab 2





Alexandria





Aziziya





Iskandiriya





Mahawil





Najaf





Nasiriyah





From July onward the insurgency picked up the pace of its operations. There were 31 incidents in July, 40 in August, 34 in September, 25 in October, and eight from November 1 to 11. 76 of those were in Babil, again focusing upon the north of the province. Basra came in second with 25 attacks, followed by Wasit, 12, Dhi Qar, 9, Karbala, 5, Maysan, Muthanna, and Qadisiyah with two each, and Wasit. Najaf was the only governorate that did not witness an attack from July to November. The trend of coordinated attacks by AQI continued. On July 2 there were car bombings in Muthanna, Maysan, and Basra, along with Tamim, Ninewa, Baghdad, Diyala, and Anbar that left a total of 62 fatalities. There was also a wave of car bombings across the south on July 14 with Basra, Nasiriyah, Karbala, Kut, and Jbalah all being hit leaving 24 killed and 82 wounded. July 29 saw vehicle delivered bombings in Kut, Basra, and Samawa. August 10 in Nasiriyah, Karbala, and Musayab witnessed five car bombs. August 20 had six car bombs go off in Amarah, Qaryah Asriya, and Nasiriyah. August 24 there were 4 such bombings in Mahawil, Musayab, Mashroa, and Tunis in Babil. September 15 Hillah, Iskandiriya, Swayra, Nasiriyah, Basra, and Karbala all had car bombs go off. Finally on October 13 Hillah, Basra, Kut, Swayra, Rumaitha, and Diwaniya were all bombed. All of these attacks highlighted the fact that AQI has built up networks that can hit not only the south, but urban centers up and down the country at the same time. That required a high level of advanced planning, intelligence, and factories to produce the car bombs. These waves of attacks have also come with increasing frequency as the insurgency has taken off since the summer.

Security Incidents Jul.-Nov 2013 Southern Iraq
Month
City & # of Incidents
Province & # of Incidents
Type of Attack/#
Killed
Wounded
July
31 Incidents
Babil 10
Car Bombs 19
60 Killed
211 Wounded

Basra 6
Basra 10
Gunfire 8
5 Police
1 Soldier

Kut 5
Wasit 5
Bombs/IEDs 6



Hillah 3
Dhi Qar
Sticky Bombs 2



Jbalah 3
Karbala
Suicide Bombers 2



Jurf al-Sakhr 2
Maysan




Samawa 2
Muthanna




Abu Kaseeb
Wasit




Alexandria





Amarah





Essaouira





Hartha





Karbala





Musayab





Nasiriyah





Qibla





Zubayr





August
40 Incidents
Babil 27
Car Bombs 18
41 Killed
178 Wounded

Jurf al-Sakhr 6
Dhi Qar 5
Gunfire 9
3 Soldiers
6 Soldiers

Hillah 4
Basra 3
Mortar 5

5 Police

Musayab 4
Wasit 2
Bombs/IEDs 4



Nasiriyah 4
Karbala
Sticky Bombs 3



Alexandria 3
Maysan
Roadside Bombs 2



Basra 3

Kidnapping



Mahawil 2





Albu Mustafa





Aldawayah





Amarah





Azraq





Essaouira





Hamza al-Gharbi





Al-Iza





Karbala





Mashroa





Mustafa





Qaryah Asriya





Swayra





Tunis




September
34 Incidents
Babil 22
Gunfire 14
117 Killed
74 Wounded

Jurf al-Sakhr 8
Basra 7
Car Bombs 9

5 Police

Basra 7
Wasit 2
Bombings/IEDs 2

4 Soldiers

Musayab 5
Dhi Qar
Sticky Bombs 2



Hillah 4
Karbala
Mortar



Iskandiriya 2

Roadside Bomb



Swayra 2

Stabbing



Ajresh

Suicide Bomber



Jbalah





Karbala





Mahawil





Nasiriyah




October
25 Incidents
Babil 13
Car Bombs 13
66 Killed
88 Wounded

Hillah 5
Basra 3
Gunfire 12
6 Police
6 Police

Jurf al-Sakhr 4
Wasit 3
IED



Basra 3
Dhi Qar 2
Kidnapping



Kut 2
Karbala
Mortar



Musayab 2
Muthanna
Sticky Bomb



Ahrar
Qadisiyah




Diwaniya





Iskandiriya





Karbala





Nasiriyah





Rumaitha





Swayra





Thawra




November
8 Incidents
Babil 4
Car Bombs 4
10 Killed
17 Wounded
1-11
Abu Kaseeb
Basra 2
IEDs 2
3 Soldiers


Basra
Karbala
Gunfire
2 Sons of Iraq


Diwaniya
Qadisiyah
Mortar



Fadhiliya

Roadside Bomb



Jurf al-Sakhr

Sticky Bomb



Hillah





Karbala





Musayab





Despite the increasing violence much of the south has been left untouched. If Babil was not included only 23 cities across nine governorates saw attacks this year. Basra was the most violent with 30 incidents in 2013, and not all of those were by the insurgents as Shiites have also retaliated against Sunnis in the city. After that Kut, 15, Karbala, 10, Nasiriyah, 8, Diwaniya, 5, and Swayra in Wasit, 4, saw the most incidents. Baghdad in comparison might see 5-10 attacks in just one day. Outside of those big southern cities however there were no shootings or bombings. Even urban centers like Najaf have only seen explosions twice this year. That means most of the 12 million people that live in the south have not been witness to any of these incidents. That is what is missed in all the press reports on the attacks in Iraq. One half of the country is not experiencing what governorates like Baghdad, Anbar, Diyala, Salahaddin, Tamim, and Ninewa are going through. People in the south are largely going about their business, going to school, and living their lives despite the best attempts of militants.

SOURCES

AIN, "3 municipal workers injured in Basra," 4/18/13
- "5 gunmen killed, injured northern Babel," 9/27/13
- "7 Persons wounded in Babel,' 8/11/13
- "9 IAs killed, wounded in Babel," 8/11/13
- "10 civilians injured due to Karbala explosions," 1/17/13
- "10 Persons killed, wounded due to Babel explosions," 8/24/13
- "14 civilians injured in northern Wasit bombing," 2/28/13
- "16 IA, IP elements killed in northern Babel," 3/24/13
- "AED explodes in central Basra," 8/26/13
- "AIN reveals details of Maysan double bombing," 4/29/13
-"Basra explosion due to sticky bomb," 3/21/13
- "Breaking News….Car bomb explodes in central Hilla," 4/15/13
- "Bus driver killed, 2 passengers injured northern Babel,' 8/7/13
- "Car bomb explodes in Wasit," 4/16/13
- "Casualties of Diwaniya car bomb rise," 4/29/13
- "Casualties of Nasiriyah bombings rise to 27 dead, injuries," 7/14/13
- "Casualties of Wasit bombing hit 9 deaths, injuries," 10/13/13
- "Chieftan survives assassination in Wasit," 5/11/13
- "Civilian killed northern Babel," 10/13/13
- "Civilian killed southern Babel," 10/22/13
- "Civilian wounded in Hilla," 10/16/13
- "Death toll of Basra bombings hit 37 deaths, injuries," 3/17/13
- "Death toll of Karbala explosion reaches 13 deaths, injuries," 3/4/13
- "Electricity tower detonated in Hilla," 9/28/13
- "Gunmen attack IA checkpoint northwestern Hilla," 9/3/13
- "Gunmen burn official building in Wasit," 4/30/13
- "Gunmen clash with police checkpoint northern Babel," 2/9/13
- "Gunmen executes armed attack targeting Arbaeen pilgrims in Babel," 1/2/13
- "IA checkpoint attacked northwestern Hilla," 9/17/13
- "IED explodes in Kut Military Base of Wasit," 3/20/13
- "IED explodes southern Hilla," 8/22/13
- "IED goes off between Holy Shrines in Karbala," 3/3/13
- "IP's house detonated in Nassiriya," 8/12/13
- "Man, son injured northern Babel," 9/5/13
- "Mayor killed in northern Hilla," 8/10/13
- "Mortar shells hit police station in Mussayab," 8/10/13
- "Official of Fadhila party attacked in Basra," 7/11/13
- "Sahwa elements killed in western Hilla," 11/1/13
- "Sayadi survives assassination central Kut," 2/4/13
- "Second bombing in Babel results in killing, injuring 7 persons," 10/13/13
- "Series of bombings vibrates northern Babel,' 7/14/13
- "Suicide bombing targets IA headquarter in northern Babel," 3/19/13
- "Urgent….2 car bombs explode successively in Diwaniya," 11/10/13
- "Urgent…2 car bombs target Muthanna," 7/29/13
- "Urgent…10 persons killed, injured northern Babel," 9/3/13
- "Urgent….10 pilgrims killed, injured due to car bomb in Babel," 1/2/13
- "Urgent….Car bomb explodes in southern Babel,' 1/17/13
- "Urgent…Car bombing, mortar grenades reverberates in Karbala," 1/5/13
- "Urgent… Casualties of Karbala bombing reach 26 deaths, injuries," 9/15/13
- "Urgent… Casualties of Karbala car bomb reach 18 deaths, injuries," 7/14/13
- "Urgent…Civilians killed, injured in Karbala," 2/8/13
- "Urgent…Maysan death toll hit 60 deaths, injuries," 8/20/13
- "Urgent…Mortar shells hit residential neighborhood in Babel," 10/22/13
- "Urgent…Muthana car bomb casualties rise," 7/2/13
- "Urgent….Najaf car bomb's casualties rise to 37 deaths, injuries," 6/16/13
- "Urgent….Nasiriya bombings kill, injure 37 people," 6/16/13

Aswat al-Iraq, "3 killed, 4+ wounded in Basra explosion," 7/29/13
- "3 killed, 17 wounded+ final toll in Karbala explosion," 4/29/13
- "5 killed, 71 wounded in Diwaniya explosions," 3/1/13
- "7 casualties, 4+ arrested in Babel security operation," 8/8/13
- "8 killed, 7+ wounded in Wassit province," 10/9/13
- "Double explosion in Diwaniya," 10/13/13
- "Shop owner killed north of Basra," 3/7/13
- "Tribal Sheikh killed in Kut," 6/28/13

Iraq Body Count, “Black-Iraqi rights activist by gunfire in his car in central Basra,” 4/26/13
- “Incidents”
- “Recent Events”
- “Sunni academic by gunfire in Basra,” 1/31/13
- “Sunni cleric and Basra provincial counselor by gunfire in Abu Al-Khasib, east of Basra,” 5/12/13

National Iraqi News Agency, "# Policemen wounded northwest of Hilla," 1/18/13
- "2 Mortar shells hit residential neighborhood north of Hilla," 11/9/13
- "2 Policemen wounded in northern Babil," 8/10/13
- "2 Security personnel killed, 3 civilians wounded in Kut," 7/23/13
- "2 Wounded in Basra blast," 7/16/13
- "2 Wounded western Basra," 3/31/13
- "2 Young men killed in Hilla," 8/5/13
- "3 Killed, wounded north of Hilla," 8/19/13
- "3 Wounded in Hilla," 6/19/13
- "3 Wounded in the explosion of 2 IEDs north of Hilla," 9/2/13
- "4 Civilians wounded in Karbala's second car bomb explosion," 1/17/13
- "4 killed, 17 others wounded due to the two car bombs that hit Samawa city," 10/13/13
- "5 Gunmen killed, 8 captured during clashes in northern Babil province," 10/7/13
- "5 Wounded north of Hilla," 6/10/13
- "7 killed, 6 wounded in double explosion in Basra," 7/14/13
- "8 Persons killed when a car bomb was being booby-trapped north of Hilla," 4/19/13
- "11 Killed, wounded in northern Babil blast," 8/20/13
- "17, including Afghan pilgrims, wounded due to the car bomb in Northern Karbala," 1/17/13
- "31 killed and wounded in the blasts of Kut province," 6/16/13
- "An armed group attacks a checkpoint in Hilla," 1/30/13
- "An armed group attacks a checkpoint in Hilla," 5/20/13
- "Armed group attacks an Army checkpoint in Hilla," 5/18/13
- "An Armed group attacks army checkpoint in Hilla," 3/18/13
- "Armed group kidnap an awakening element in Hilla," 8/3/13
- "An Army checkpoint attacked in Hilla," 6/23/13
- "An army checkpoint attacked north of Babil," 8/3/13
- "An army checkpoint becomes under armed attack north of Hilla," 1/5/13
- "Assassination of Abdul Ilah Kazim in Basra," 8/13/13
- "Assistant of Babil Governor injured in Hillah," 10/5/13
- "Babel Provincial Council member escapes assassination," 7/13/13
- "Basra's blasts caused by two car bombs: witnesses say," 10/13/13
- "Bomb explodes under a bridge in Hilla," 3/26/13
- "Bomb explosion on a police patrol north of Hilla," 1/11/13
- "A body found in sub-river Hilla," 5/19/13
- "A bomb explosion near a mosque north of Hilla," 5/10/13
- "A bomb explosion on a military convoy north of Hilla," 5/17/13
- "Bomb, targeting a house sells alcoholic, explode in Basra," 7/25/13
- "Bombing of two houses and arrested three wanted men in Babil," 9/13/13
- "Bombings toll in Hilla rises to 24 dead and wounded," 3/19/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 3 Wounded in car bomb explosion in Basra," 7/2/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 3 Wounded north of Karbala," 1/5/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 4 Killed, wounded in car bomb explosion north of Hilla," 4/5/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 5 Policemen killed, wounded in attack on checkpoint west of Hilla," 10/22/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 6 Persons of same family killed in Basra," 9/8/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 7 Persons wounded in car bomb explosion in northern Babil," 8/10/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 7 Wounded in a car bomb explosion north of Hilla," 6/27/13
- "BREAKING NEWS. /14/ dead and injured in a third car bomb explosion north of Babel," 3/19/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 21 Wounded in Amara blast," 7/2/13
- "BREAKING NEWS 32 killed, wounded in Kut's explosion," 7/14/13
- "BREAKING NEWS. Five civilians killed and two others injured north of Hilla," 4/5/13
- "BREAKING NEWS Another car bomb explodes in Nasiriya," 8/20/13
- "BREAKING NEWS Casualties of Hilla explosions increased up to 81 killed, wounded," 5/20/13
- "BREAKING NEWS Casualties of Karbala car bomb explosion up to 16 killed, wounded," 8/10/13
- "BREAKING NEWS Gunmen blow oil pipeline north of Hilla," 9/12/13
- "BREAKING NEWS. Killing and wounding 13 people in a second bombing in Shomali south of Babel province," 2/8/13
- "BREAKING NEWS Nasiriya explosions casualties up to 49 killed, wounded," 8/10/13
- "Breaking News-Two car bombs explode in Basra," 6/16/13
- "Breaking News----two car bombs hit Babil province," 4/15/13
- "Bullets fired at surgeon in Karbala," 5/29/13
- "Car bomb goes off, wounding two people in Hilla," 8/4/13
- "Car bomb uncovered in northern Wasit, driver arrested," 8/10/13
- "Check point north of Hilla attacked," 2/8/13
- "Checkpoint under fire in north of Hilla," 9/26/13
- "A civilian killed and another wounded north of Hilla," 5/10/13
- "Civilian killed, another wounded in Hilla," 4/8/13
- "Civilian killed north of Hilla," 6/4/13
- "Civilian killed while leaving mosque in Hilla," 10/12/13
- "Civilian wounded by sticky bomb in Hilla," 3/10/13
- "A civilian wounded in a bomb explosion in his store in Hilla," 1/10/13
- "Civilian wounded in Hilla," 4/20/13
- "Clashes between gunmen, military in northern Babil," 6/10/13
- "Clashes north of Hilla between police and insurgents, casualties among two sides," 10/8/13
- "Dead body found in Hilla," 4/23/13
- "Dhi Qar two car bombs' casualties 8 civilians," 9/15/13
- "Five mortar shells land near H.Q of federal police in Hilla," 5/26/13
- "Former army officer wounded in Kut," 4/7/13
- "Former Baath official assassinated in Hilla," 6/5/13
- "Four mortar shells hit north of Hilla," 1/26/13
- "Four mortar shells target the HQ of the federal police in Hilla," 8/26/13
- "Four people, including two policemen, wounded in Hilla," 6/16/13
- "Gunman killed, 4 wounded north of Hilla," 9/26/13
- "Gunman killed, two policemen wounded in clashes in Hilla," 5/28/13
- "Gunmen attack an army checkpoint in Hilla," 8/28/13
- "Gunmen attack an Army checkpoint in Hilla," 3/31/13
- "Gunmen attack an Army patrol, injure a soldier in Hilla," 9/15/13
- "Gunmen attack real estate office, kill the owner, in Basra," 11/11/13
- "Gunmen blow up a police officer's house and put on some other houses in Hilla," 5/1/13
- "Gunmen blow up citizen's house, kill two and injure five in Hilla," 9/28/13
- "Gunmen detonate three trucks in Hilla," 6/30/13
- "Gunmen kill a civilian in Hilla," 9/9/13
- "Gunmen kill a contractor in Hilla," 4/9/13
- "Gunmen kill a man in Hilla," 4/13/13
- "Gunmen killed three, wound fourth in attack on a café in Hilla," 6/17/13
- "Gunmen wearing uniforms kidnapped a tribal Sheikh in Basra," 10/26/13
- "Headquarters of federal police in Babil under armed attack," 10/21/13
- "Homemade bomb explodes, without casualties, in Hilla," 8/24/13
- "IED against Turkish Airlines office in Basra," 7/13/13
- "An IED goes off in front of head of Karbala Council's house," 10/17/13
- "IED targets police patrol in Hilla," 3/7/13
- "INA nominee in Babil elections killed," 2/22/13
- "Injury of four army recruits north of Babel," 1/2/13
- "Jurf al-Sakhar Police Chief escapes assassination," 6/5/13
- "Killing and wounded /6/ people in a car bomb explosion in Nasiriyah," 8/20/13
- "Killing and wounding /3/ people in an armed attack north of Nasiriyah," 8/15/13
- "Killing and wounding four policemen, north of Hilla," 4/25/13
- "Killing one and wounding three civilians in Kut," 7/30/13
- "Lawyer injured in a sticky bomb in Hilla," 7/24/13
- "Local Dawa Party official dies of his wounds north of Hilla," 9/7/13
- "Man injured due to sticky bomb in his car in Hilla," 8/4/13
- "Man killed in Hilla," 3/10/13
- "Medical Source: Victims of Hilla blasts up to 32 dead and wounded," 10/13/13
- "Military force clashes with gunmen northwest of Hilla," 5/10/13
- "Mortar shell hits primary school in Hilla," 8/7/13
- "Mortar shell lands near elections station in Hilla," 4/20/13
- "Mosque's Imam assassinated in Basra," 5/18/13
- "Mosque's Muezzin killed in Hilla," 7/21/13
- "Najaf explosion victims up to one killed, 24 wounded," 4/25/13
- "Northern Babil blast casualties up to 87 killed, wounded," 1/3/13
- "An officer survives of assassination attempt in Basra," 5/6/13
- "One killed, 17 wounded in Kut's car bomb explosion," 7/5/13
- "One killed, three others wounded in falling of two mortar shells in Hilla," 8/26/13
- "Police: Hilla's car bomb kills 3 policemen and wounds 14," 3/27/13
- "Police repel an attack by gunmen tried to attack the visitors of Arbainiyah North Babel," 1/2/13
- "Policeman, his 5 family members killed north of Hilla," 7/7/13
- "A policeman killed and '5' worshipers injured north-east of Hilla," 7/19/13
- "A policeman killed north of Wasit," 7/30/13
- "A policeman wounded in Hilla," 2/20/13
- "A policeman wounded north of Babel," 1/18/13
- "Sahwa element assassinated northwest Hilla," 8/30/13
- "Security source: Victims' number of Hilla bombings up to 6 dead, 36 wounded," 9/15/13
- "Senior leader of Qaeda and four others killed, six arrested north of Hilla," 10/6/13
- "Six civilians wounded in North of Hilla," 6/16/13
- "Soldier, civilian killed, another civilian wounded in two incidents in Hilla," 9/24/13
- "A soldier killed another one injured in Amara," 5/7/13
- "Staff member killed west of Basra," 7/16/13
- "Sticky bomb goes off in Nasiriyah," 10/8/13
- "Sticky bomb kills one, injures another in Hilla," 6/30/13
- "Stun bomb goes off in Kut province," 5/20/13
- “Ten people injured in two car bombs explosion in Basra," 11/10/13
- "Toll number of Kut's two car bombs up to 7 dead and 39 wounded," 7/29/13
- "Three civilians killed, two wounded in a car bomb in Basra," 9/15/13
- "Three gunmen killed and wounded in Hillah," 8/29/13
- "Three IEDs explode in Hilla," 7/17/13
- "Three Katyusha rockets fall in Hilla," 2/2/13
- "Three pilgrims, heading to Karbala, killed and 15 others wounded in Hilla," 6/25/13
- "Three soldiers killed, north of Babil," 11/9/13
- "Three soldiers wounded north of Hilla," 9/1/13
- "Tribal Sheikh wounded in Basra," 7/22/13
- "Two car bombs explode in Nasiriyah," 4/15/13
- "Two car bombs exploded north of Babil province," 8/24/13
- "Two explosive devices targeting a police patrol north of Babil," 7/31/13
- "Two mortar shells land near a police station in Hilla," 9/7/13
- "Two people wounded in Hilla," 10/11/13
- "Two police officers, three policemen wounded in Wasit province," 9/9/13
- "Two policemen killed, four others, including an officer, wounded in Hilla," 2/6/13
- "Two policemen wounded in Hilla," 4/16/13
- "Two soldiers and two gunmen killed in two separate incidents in Hilla," 4/16/13
- "Two soldiers wounded in Hilla," 6/1/13
- "Victims of Alexandria's car bomb up to 6 killed and wounded," 3/19/13
- "Victims of Basra two car bombs up to 53 dead and wounded," 5/20/13
- "A woman and her child killed south of Basra," 8/3/13
- "A worker killed and 3 others wounded ,north of Wasit," 8/26/13

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