11 killed across Iraq attacks including three Pakistanis
Baghdad: Iraqi officials say attacks across the country have killed 11 people, including three Pakistani Shia pilgrims.
According to aources, deadliest among all was attacks in the town of Khalis, where a suicide bomber struck a group of Iraqi Shia pilgrims, killing six and wounding 16.
Khalis is about 80 kilometers north of Baghdad.
Outside the city of Samarra, 95 kilometers (60 miles) north of Baghdad, gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Pakistani Shia pilgrims, killing three Pakistanis and wounding 12, along with two Iraqis, the group’s driver and the translator.
At a checkpoint in the western city of Ramadi, a suicide car bomber killed two policemen and wounded five.