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Iraq News Summary (24 May 2015)

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Scores of government army elements and the Awakening forces have been killed or wounded when five car bombs targeted their positions then a violent clashes broke out there on Sunday west of the city of Ramadi, Anbar province.
 
A government police officer was killed and three others wounded in a roadside bomb targeted their patrol on Saturday night northeast of the city of Baquba, capital of Diyala province.
 
At least 14 people were injured, some seriously as a result of a car bomb and two explosive devices in three different areas on Sunday morning north east and north of the city of Baquba, capital of Diyala province.
 
Two members of the Awakening forces were killed and four others injured in a bomb targeting their security checkpoint Sunday morning south of the capital Baghdad, said a source of the current Ministry of the Interior.
 
Person was killed and eight others injured in a bomb explosion north of Baghdad, in a second event of its kind seen in the capital on Sunday, said a source of the current Ministry of the Interior.
 
Two members of the Awakening forces were killed and five civilians were wounded as a result of bombs and an armed attack in two separate areas on Sunday afternoon northwest and north of the city of Baquba, capital of Diyala province.
 
Three elements of the government army were killed and three others wounded in a roadside bomb targeted their patrol on Sunday northeast of the city of Baquba, capital of Diyala province.
 
Three people were killed, including a government army soldier and two others injured as a result of an adhesive bomb and an armed attack in two separate areas on Sunday afternoon from the capital, Baghdad.
 
Two people were killed in a blast Sunday afternoon south of the city of Kirkuk, Tamim province, citing a government security source.
 
Three civilians were killed and nine others wounded by two bombs, on Sunday north and west of the city of Baquba, capital of Diyala province., said a government security source in the governorate.
 
Unidentified gunmen blew up two towers for the transfer of electric power after been implanted with improvised explosive devices Sunday northwest city of Baquba, capital of Diyala province, and press reports attributed to government security source in the governorate
 
Two people were killed and six others were injured in a bomb on Sunday evening south of the capital Baghdad, a current Interior Ministry source said.
 
One of the elements of the government army was killed and a lieutenant was seriously wounded when a sniper targeting their security checkpoint Sunday evening south of the capital Baghdad.
 
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