Tuesday 27 June 2017

Four killed in attacks in Iraq

Violence in Iraq has ebbed but insurgent attacks are still frequent
Violence in Iraq has ebbed but insurgent attacks are still frequent

Four people, including police officers, have been killed in a series of attacks in Iraq, authorities say.

In the first attack, two policemen were gunned down in a drive-by shooting near the northern city of Mosul. Another officer was injured, police officials said.

In the oil-rich city of Kirkuk, a civilian driver was killed when his truck hit a roadside bomb.

And another roadside bomb exploded just south of the capital, Baghdad, killing a policeman and injuring three others while they were on patrol.

Medics in nearby hospitals confirmed the casualties.

Violence in Iraq has ebbed but insurgent attacks are still frequent.

Press Association

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