Six Iraqis were killed and seven were wounded in terrorist attacks in the two provinces of Babil and Baghdad Wednesday (November 9th).
Gunmen wearing military uniforms attacked the house of Khalaf Moghier, a leading Sahwa figure in the Haswa area of Babil, and opened fire on everyone at the house.
"Moghier and two of his children were killed in the attack, while his wife, mother and three of his children were wounded," Maj. Jassim Swaid of Babil provincial police told Al-Shorfa.
Swaid accused al-Qaeda of carrying out the attack.
Meanwhile, Baghdad police spokesperson Lt. Col. Mushtaq Talib said that three policemen were killed and two others were wounded when an improvised explosive device exploded in Abu Ghraib.
"The blast targeted a police patrol," Talib told Al-Shorfa. "This is a cowardly terrorist attack aimed at destabilising security in town."