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Iraq News Summary (1 June 2015)

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The Government Security Forces and Allied Sectarian Militias have experienced a deadly day in Anbar and Salahuddin provinces
 
The killing of 33 element of the government army, the Awakening forces and the popular mobilization militias, and 40 others wounded in an ambush targeted a joint force on Sunday east of Ramadi, Anbar province.
 
In Anbar also, no less than 42 component of the government security forces killed and dozens were injured by a car bomb targeted a military barracks on Monday afternoon north of Fallujah.
 
At least 38 government soldiers and policemen and militiamen of the so-called popular mobilization have been killed, including the commander of the Third Battalion of the Federal Police, and 46 others were injured, including the commander of the ninth Regiment in the Federal Police in a tank bomb targeted their headquarter Monday south of Tikrit, Salahuddin province .
 
Three militiamen of the so-called popular mobilization were killed and two others injured in armed attacks on a military headquarters on Monday east of the city of Fallujah.
 
One person was killed and eight others were injured, some seriously injured in a blast Monday southeast of the capital Baghdad morning, a source of the current Ministry of the Interior said.
 
Three people were killed and 11 others wounded as a result of two blasts in separate areas on Monday north and south of the capital Baghdad .
 
A woman was killed in an armed attack targeted her Monday afternoon south of the capital Baghdad, a source at the current Ministry of the Interior said.
 
Two members of the Awakening forces were killed and two others injured in a bomb targeted their truck on Monday west of the capital Baghdad, according to a source at the current Ministry of the Interior.
 
One person was killed and five were wounded in an explosion Monday evening south of the capital Baghdad.
 
A civilian was killed in an armed attack targeted him Monday evening east of the capital Baghdad.
 
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