|August 2005 - October 2005|
- In Baghdad, 20 bodies were found near a school.
- In west Baghdad, Muslim cleric Shaikh Akil al-Mahadidi and his brother were shot dead.
- Iraqi police commander Colonel Mizher Hamad Yussef was shot dead in east Baghdad.
- American journalist Steven Vincent was shot dead in Basra.
- In Baghdad, five people were shot dead outside a hospital, two Finance Ministry employees were shot dead and a suicide car bombing killed four people.
- In Mosul, a suicide car bombing killed five policemen and a child.
- In Baquba, gunmen killed hospital director Dr. Abdul Hassan Mehdi and his driver.
- In Baghdad, Haidar Mohammed Ali al Dujaili, an aide to Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Chalabi was gunned down.
- In Doloyha, two engineers working at a U.S. base were shot dead.
- In Baghdad, two people were shot dead, including Khalid al-Saaidi, a senior official in the Iraqi National Congress party.
- In Mosul, five bodies were found.
- A suicide truck bomber in Tikrit killed at least five people.
- In Baghdad, two oil ministry employees were shot dead.
- The bodies of five policemen shot dead on their way home from vacation were found in the Tigris River in Samarra.
- Two employees of the state-owned North Oil Company were shot dead in Fatha.
- A translator working at Baghdad’s Doura power station was shot dead.
- In Baghdad, a car bomb killed six Iraqi civilians and one U.S. soldier, gunmen killed Iraqi Cabinet employee Abbas Ibrahim Mohammed, three civilians were killed in a mortar attack and militants killed nine police officers, including five who were slain while sleeping in their car.
- A suicide bomb against a police patrol in Baghdad killed six.
- A roadside bomb in Baiji killed five people.
- In Kirkuk, Said Adib Touma, an interpreter for U.S. forces, was shot dead.
- In west Baghdad, gunmen shot to dead a pharmacist and his wife.
- In Baghdad, a driver working for the U.S.-financed television station Al Hurra was shot dead.
- Near Ramadi, a blast near a mosque killed at least four people, including three children.
- In Samarra, a roadside bomb exploded killing four civilians and two Iraqi police were shot to death.
- In Baghdad, police Major Ahmed Kamil was killed in an ambush.
- Police found 30 bodies of people apparently tortured, shot and buried months earlier, in a village south of Baghdad.
- In Baghdad, gunmen killed Mohammed Hassan Muhyia, a municipality member in the western Adil district, a Canadian-Iraqi businessman was executed after having been kidnapped two weeks earlier and five civilians were killed from gunfire and a roadside bomb.
- In Al-Khaliss, north of Baquba, municipal council member Mohammad Hussein and his driver were shot to death.
- In Habaniyah, a rocket attack killed six people.
- Three car bombs exploded in Baghdad killing 43 people and injuring 68.
- In Fallujah, a car bomb in the center of the city killed three people, including two children.
- North of Baghdad, gunmen assassinated Sunni cleric Imam Ali al Shamari.
- In Baghdad, gunmen killed Iraqi judge Jassim Whayib and his driver.
- In Mosul, masked gunmen killed three Sunni members of the Iraqi Islamic Party as they were promoting voter registration for the upcoming referendum on the new constitution.
- Between Hawija and Kirkuk, gunmen killed Hawija council member Aswad Omar Nayef.
- In Samarra, gunmen killed Nasir Jabur, a guard at a pharmaceuticals factory, his wife, two sons and a daughter.
- Near Baiji, a Katyusha rocket killed a six-year-old boy.
- In Samarra, interpreter Farid Jabouri was shot to death.
- North of Baghdad, gunmen ambushed a minibus carrying eight policemen and killed all of them.
- At least four civilians were killed in attacks in Baquba.
- In Kirkuk, gunmen killed police commando chief Captain Ibrahim Saeed and his wife.
- Al Qaeda in Iraq claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a Baquba joint U.S.-Iraqi coordination center that killed an American civilian contractor, at least five Iraqis and an American soldier.
- Eleven policemen were killed during a mortar attack against the Baquba police station.
- In Baghdad, gunmen opened fire on Ministry of Justice official Hashem Ibrahim, killing four of his bodyguards and in a series of attacks directed against police officers, at least 10 policemen were killed.
- Near Baquba, a roadside bomb killed three telecommunication engineers.
- In Baghdad, gunmen burst into a café and shot dead six Iraqi civilians.
- The bodies of 36 Sunni Arabs were found in a riverbed near Badrah, southeast of Baghdad.
- North of Baghdad, gunmen opened fire on cars owned by President Jalal Talabani, killing eight of his bodyguards and wounding 15.
- In Dura, Baghdad, a security guard at an oil facility was killed by a roadside bomb.
- Freelance journalist Rafed Mahmoud al-Rubai was shot to death in Baquba.
- Near Fallujah, a twelve-year-old boy was killed by a rocket.
- A suicide car bomber targeting a U.S. patrol in southeastern Mosul killed three civilians.
- Iraqi police found nine bodies, eight civilians and a policeman, in Mosul's al Intisar neighborhood.
- In Baghdad, gunmen assassinated Nu'man Selman Thabit, an Interior Ministry official assigned to the Iraqi Electoral Commission and Mohammed Radhi al-Hayderi, the brother of Baghdad's former governor.
- Near Fallujah, the bodies of 15 Iraqis who were pulled out of their vehicle and shot to death were found.
- In the southern city of Kut, authorities said they found the bodies of six people who were handcuffed, blindfolded and tortured.
- In Baghdad, gunmen shot dead Dhiya Hilal, the police chief in Ghazaliya and Haqy Asaad, an explosives expert with the Iraqi interior ministry.
- In Kirkuk, gunmen shot dead oil security official Muhammad Rashad and his bodyguard.
- In Baghdad, mortar attacks killed seven Shiite worshippers near a mosque.
- Two policemen were killed near Baquba and one was killed in Kirkuk.
- In Kadhimiya, Baghdad, mortar fire killed at least seven Shiite mosque worshippers.
- In Samarra, mortar attacks killed four civilians.
- In Baquba, six policemen were shot to death.
- A suicide car bomb at multinational forces headquarters in Hit killed eight civilians.
- In Basra, a roadside bomb killed four American contractors and a parked taxi exploded outside a crowded restaurant killing 16 and wounding 24.
- In Baghdad, a car bomb killed three civilians, gunmen killed Defense Ministry official Hadi Hassan Omran and police colonel Imad Ismael, and three bodies were found in a sewage tank.
- In Baghdad, a car bomb near a refinery killed two people.
- Near Mahmoudiya, 15 bodies were found.
- In Baghdad, a roadside bomb killed four civilians, and two car bombs killed four policemen and one civilian.
- Near Iskandariyah, 18 bodies of Shiite men were found.
- In Baghdad, Oil Ministry employee Abdulhassan Abbas and Muhsen Abed al-Kilabi, a member of the Supreme Council for Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI) , were killed by gunfire and four people were killed at a market.
- The mayor of al-Yarmouk, Baquba was shot to death in al-Yarmouk.
- In Baghdad, the Interior Ministry director of police training Maj. Gen. Adnan Abdul Rahman was gunned down in front of his home.
- In Ishaqi, gunmen assassinated a senior judge from the northern Iraqi town of Dawr along with his brother.
- In Baghdad, a car bomb outside a popular restaurant killed two people and wounded 15.
- In Iskandariyah, an Iraqi contractor working for the U.S. military was found dead.
- In Baghdad, gunmen killed Interior Ministry official Muhammad Kadhum al-Musawi, two truck drivers were shot to death and the body of a former judge was found.
- In Baquba, two Sunni clerics were killed.
- Al Qaeda in Iraq claimed responsibility for twelve attacks in Baghdad, which killed at least 167 people and wounded nearly 600, including the bombing of a bus with day laborers that killed 112 people.
- In the village of Taaji, north of Baghdad, gunmen executed 17 men.
- Two suicide car bombings in Baghdad killed 23 policemen and five civilians.
- A roadside bomb in eastern Baghdad killed three employees of the Iraqi Ministry of Trade and Industry.
- Near Latifiyah, Sheikh Mehdi al-Attar, a Shi'ite cleric and a senior official in the Shi'ite Dawa Party, and three associates, were stabbed and shot to death.
- In Tuz Khurmatu, a suicide car bombing killed 12 Shiite mosque worshippers.
- In Baghdad, several attacks killed a Ministry of Transport employee, three day laborers and Shiite imam Fadil al-Lami.
- In Iskandariya, gunmen killed mayor Amer al- Khafaji and four of his bodyguards.
- North of Baghdad in Dujail, gunmen assassinated Kurdish Parliament Deputies Faris Hussein and Haidar Qassem Shanoun, along with Hussein's brother and their driver.
- In Nahrawan, on the eastern outskirts of Baghdad, a car bombing killed 30 and wounded 38. In Baghdad, nine Iraqis were found shot to death.
- In Balad, 20 bodies of men shot to death were found in the Tigris River.
- In east Baghdad, four men were found shot to death.
- In Mosul, a suicide car bomber killed four American citizens – Stephen Eric Sullivan, a State Department security employee, and three security consultants from Blackwater Security Consulting USA.
- In Basra, the body of Fakher Haider, an Iraqi journalist working for The New York Times, was found shot to death a day after he was abducted.
- Car bombs in Mahmoudiya and Latifiya killed seven policemen and one civilian.
- In Mosul, Firas Maadidi, the bureau chief for As-Saffir newspaper, was shot to death two days after one of his reporters was killed.
- North of Baghdad in Duluiyah, militants opened fire on a convoy of American contractors killing four of them.
- In Baghdad, two policemen were shot to death.
- In Baquba, Police Colonel Fadhel Mohammad Jawad and his driver were killed by gunfire.
- In Mosul, Three members of Turkoman Front were killed by gunfire.
- In Baghdad, a suicide bombing killed five people and gunmen killed Interior Ministry official Ra'ad Khalil Hannun and Interior Ministry employee Ashraf Jalal Rahman.
- In Latifiya, a bomb planed near the railroad killed a railway official.
- Al-Qa’ida in Iraq claimed responsibility for a suicide car bombing in Baghdad that killed 13 police commandos and four bodies were found elsewhere in the capital.
- In Mussayib, a man exploded a motorcycle bomb near a mosque killing six people and wounding 19.
- In Hilla, a suicide bicycle bomber detonated himself on a busy street killing four people and wounding 48 others.
- In Muilha, a town south of Baghdad, a group of gunmen burst into a primary school and executed five Shiite teachers and their driver.
- In Baghdad, a suicide bomber rammed his car into a bus carrying employees of Iraq’s oil ministry as it passed a police academy, killing at least 10 people and wounding 30.
- In Baquba, local official Ra’ad Hussein was shot to death.
- In Samarra, mortar fire killed seven family members.
- Al-Qa’ida in Iraq claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a recruitment center in Baquba that killed 10 people and wounded 30.
- In Baghdad, gunmen killed four policemen.
- Southeast of Baghdad, near Kut, the decomposed bodies of 22 Iraqi men who had been shot to death were found.
- In Kirkuk, senior police official Fakhir Jala Amin was assassinated.
- In Tal Afar, a female suicide bomber detonated herself in a line of army recruits killing eight and wounding 57; Al-Qa’ida in Iraq claimed responsibility.
- In Najaf, a bomb exploded outside the house of a bodyguard of Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr killing six people and wounding eight.
- In Tikrit, Hatem Fewzi, the director of the provincial governor's office was killed.
- In Balad, three car bombs in the vicinity of an outdoor market killed 102 people, including 35 children, and wounded 119 others.
- In Basra, gunmen ambushed an Iraqi police convoy killing four policemen.
- In Balad, two senior police officials were shot to death.
- In Khalis, Jabir al-Sa'di, the head of the city council was shot to death.
- In Baghdad, four separate attacks killed four civilians, a twelve-year-old girl and two policemen.
- In Hilla, a car bomb exploded in a crowded market killing 12 people and wounding 47.
- In Manthera, militants opened fire on a wedding ceremony killing two people.
- In Kirkuk, a roadside bomb killed four policemen.
- In Baghdad, Sunni Imam Saleh Hassan Ayash was shot to death.
- In Baghdad, militants assassinated Safa'a Mohammad Jassin, Director General of the Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works.
- In Baghdad, a convoy carrying the Iraqi oil minister was hit by a roadside bomb killing three of the minister’s escorts.
- In Mosul, Nafi’a Aziz, a member of Ninevah’s provincial council was shot to death along with her son.
- In Hilla, a bomb detonated inside a restaurant killing two people.
- In Kirkuk, two policemen were killed.
- In Baghdad, a suicide car bombing killed two Iraqi policemen.
- In Hilla, a suicide bomb blast at a Shiite mosque killed 25 people and wounded 87.
- The Army of Ansar al-Sunna posted a video on the Internet showing the beheading of two Iraqis.
- In separate incidents in Kirkuk, militants shot to death Police Captain Ali Othman and a civilian and retired police Brigadier Nabiel Sharaf Aldeen and his two-year-old daughter.
- In Baghdad, a suicide bus bomber killed 11 people and a suicide car bomber attacked a convoy carrying private security contractors killing three bystanders.
- Near Kirkuk, militants shot dead five oil ministry security guards in their car.
- Near the Iranian border, the bodies of 22 young Sunni men were found; they had been abducted in Baghdad in August 2005.
- In Kirkuk, a car bomb killed two people.
- In Baghdad, two civil defense workers riding in a taxi were shot to death.
- In northern Baghdad, three security guards at an oil facility were shot to death.
- En route to Kirkuk, militants shot to death Abdelmawjud Ahmed Jaburi, a member of the Hawija city council.
- In Baghdad, militants shot to death police captain Hakki Ismail.
- In Al-Ghazaliya, Baghdad, a suicide car bomb killed seven people.
- A suicide car bomb in Basra killed two people outside an apartment building.
- In Basra, Iraqi freelance/New York Times journalist Fakher Haider was abducted from his home and murdered.
- In Samarra, militants shot to death a teacher at the Teachers Institute training college.
- In western Baghdad, militants attacked a convoy carrying delegates from the Arab League, killing three police escorts.
- In western Baghdad, a suicide car bombing killed three civilians and three policemen.
- In Tal Afar, a suicide car bomber killed 30 Iraqis at a crowded market.
- In Baghdad, a suicide car bomber killed seven people at a checkpoint.
- In Kirkuk, three people were killed in a drive-by shooting.
- In Tal Afar, a suicide bomber killed 30 Iraqis outside an army recruiting center.
- Four civilians, two policemen, and the imam of a mosque were all killed by gunmen in separate shootings in Baghdad.
- Eight bodies were found in Iskandariyah.
- In Kirkuk, a suicide car bombing killed two policemen.
- In Mosul, a bomb targeting a U.S. army patrol killed two civilians.
- In Tikrit, a mortar round landed in a vegetable market, killing one person.
- In Baquba, a roadside bomb killed four policemen.
- In Baghdad, militants shot to death Hamed al Marsumi, a member of the Iraqi Islamic Party.
- Southwest of Baghdad in Saydiya, militants shot to death Colonel Abbas Fadhil, a security advisor at the Iraqi Interior Ministry.
- In Mahaweel, south of Baghdad, militants opened fire on a mosque killing three people.
- In eastern Baghdad, Iyad Abdul Ghani Yusuf, adviser to the Iraqi industry minister, was shot to death as he traveled to work in his car.
- In Mansur, Baghdad, a mortar shell fell inside an elementary school killing three people, including one child.
- In Ramadi, militants shot to death Talib al-Dulaimi, deputy governor of Anbar Province and his driver.
- In Baghdad, gunmen shot to death newspaper editor Mohammad Harun Hassan, the general secretary of the Union of Iraqi Journalists.
- In Dora, Baghdad, gunmen shot to death Hatem Mirza Hamza, mayor of Baghdad, and his driver.
- In Baghdad, gunmen abducted and murdered Saadoun Janabi, a defense attorney for one of Saddam Hussein’s co-defendants.
- South of Baghdad in Alexandria, six Shiite workers were shot to death as they were coming out of a factory.
- West of Baghdad, gunmen shot to death four policemen at a checkpoint and killed three election commission officials.
- In south Baghdad, in different attacks, gunmen shot to death the director of Baghdad municipality and his driver and three employees of Iraqi airlines.
- In Baquba, militants shot to death Shawakt Bader, Deputy Chairman of the Arab-Kurd Friendship Society in Diyali and a suicide car bombing killed four people.
- In Diyala, a suicide car bomb killed four Iraqis.
- In Iskandariya, militants attacked a house killing a father and his two sons.
- In Tikrit, mortar fire killed four civilians.
- Near the Jordanian border, three policemen were bound and executed.
- In Tikrit, a roadside bomb killed Police Lieutenant Colonel Haitham Akram, his two sons, and two young girls nearby.
- In Baghdad, a suicide car bomber killed four people.
- South of Baghdad, 12 construction workers were killed by gunmen.
- In Iskandariya, police found six bodies.
- In Samarra, a mortar shell killed six household members.
- In Kirkuk, a bomber rammed his car into a U.S. military convoy killing two civilians and wounding 13.
- Near Taji, gunmen shot three Iraqis driving a water truck to an Iraqi army base.
- In Baquba, a series of drive-by shootings killed a police lieutenant, three civilians and a student cleric.
- Six bodies were found in Mahmoudiya.
- Al-Qa’ida in Iraq claimed responsibility for three car bomb attacks near hotels in Baghdad that killed 17 people.
- In southwestern Baghdad, gunmen killed city official Muhammad Ali Nemeh, three municipal employees and a bystander.
- A bomb attack at the Baiji oil refinery killed five Iraqis.
- In Sulaimaniyah, a suicide car bomb exploded near a regional government ministry killing at least nine people.
- In Baquba, a suicide bomber killed 11 civilian bus passengers.
- In Baghdad, Ministry of Culture official Nabil al-Musawi was shot to death along with his driver.
- Near Baquba, militants shot to death three civilian engineers working at an army base and their driver.
- In Kirkuk, Police Lieutenant Colonel Ardjman Abdullah was killed by gunfire.
- In Dora, Baghdad, militants shot to death Police Lieutenant Colonel Mahdi Hussein.
- A suicide car bomb in Karrada, Baghdad killed one person.
- In Kamishli, a family of five was taken hostage and shot to death.
- In Fallujah, two roadside bombs killed four civilians.
- Near Baquba, in the Shiite village of Howaider, a bomb hidden in a truck loaded with dates exploded, killing at least 28 people and wounding 34.
- In Baquba, militants attacked a police checkpoint, killing two policemen and three civilians.
- In Kirkuk, militants shot to death Mikhail Eros, deputy director general of oil wells in the Kirkuk area.
- Al-Qa’ida in Iraq claimed responsibility for the assassination of Ghaleb Abdel Mehdi, cabinet adviser and the brother of Iraqi vice president Adel Abdel Mehdi in Baghdad.
- In Baghdad, militants ambushed the convoy of a top Trade Ministry official killing two of his bodyguards.
- Eleven bodies of unidentified men were found in the village of al-Khazaaleyah.
- In Basra, a car bomb exploded in a commercial district killing at least 20 people and wounding 40.
- In Baghdad, two car bombs and five drive-by shootings killed five Iraqis.
- In Tal Afar, 14 bodies were found.
- In Dulu’yah, gunmen shot to death a translator working for the U.S. military.
June 2007- August 2007
August 2005 - October 2005
February 2005 - July 2005