-11 Iraqi police killed by insurgents
-1 Iraqi senior judge assassinated and his driver wounded
-1 videotape released of an American hostage with a gun to his head
-1 Iraqi district council member shot and killed on his way to work
-1 son of an Iraqi translator working with U.S. troops shot and killed
-Multiple shots fired by police on insurgents handing out leaflets promising to "wash the streets with the blood of voters" and their families
-1 five-year-old daughter of an (aforementioned) police officer killed along with her father
-3 staffers from the Communications Ministry wounded in a drive-by shooting
-1 senior official in the Iraqi Communist Party kidnaped
-1 school to be used as a polling station sprayed with machine gun fire (no injuries)
-1 U.S. soldier killed by a roadside bomb and 10 others killed in a Bradley Fighting Vehicle accident.
-1 gate blown off of a secondary school and multiple shots fired on Iraqi and U.S. forces responding to the explosion
-8 Chinese hostages flown out of Baghdad for home after being kidnaped for five days last week, released when Beijing promised to discourage citizens from traveling to Iraq.
-Widespread abuse of detainees by Iraq's U.S.-trained security forces reported by Human Rights Watch, saying international police advisers, largely funded by the U.S. government, "have turned a blind eye to these rampant abuses" (adding to the constantly growing anti-U.S. sentiment.)
-Another $80 billion dollars needed for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan this year announced by Bush, although the Army said Monday that the troop level in Iraq will stay the same at 120,000.
I have been looking for somewhere that tallies this sort of thing on a day-by-day basis
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