Ten Iraqis were killed in an overnight suicide bombing in a village north of Baghdad, officials said Friday.
All in all, at least 49 people were killed on Thursday.
Early Friday, gunmen killed Razzouq Mohammed Ibrahim, an Iraqi contractor in charge of renovating a mosque in western Samarra, police Lt. Qassim Mohammed said, according to The AP. Two Iraqi civilians, including a child, were killed when their car swerved into an American Bradley fighting vehicle near Khalis, some 80 kms north of Baghdad, early Friday, the U.S. military said.
Late Thursday, a suicide car bomber targeted a home where a group of people had gathered, killing at least 10 Iraqis and injuring 10 more in Saud, a village near Balad which is 80 kms north of Baghdad, U.S. military, Iraqi police and hospital officials said Friday.