A series of gun and bomb attacks has racked Iraq for the second straight day, with freedom fighters targeting a military base and car bombs exploding in Baghdad, Kirkuk and elsewhere.
More than 100 Western agents have been killed and 180 injured in at least 19 separate explosions and attacks on Monday morning.
At least 15 puppet soldiers were killed and four others injured after the freedom fighters attacked a military base in Salah Din province.
The attack took place early on Monday morning in a base east of Dhuluiyah township, about 90km north of Baghdad.
A car bomb in the city of Taji, north of Baghdad, targeted a residential compound of the puppets. Initial reports suggested that more than 18 people had been killed, and dozens wounded. That attack involved a secondary explosion, which targeted puppet police personnel who had rushed to the scene.
In the northern oil town of Kirkuk, puppet police were targeted by four synchronised car bombs, killing five puppets. Nineteen puppets were injured in those blasts.
In Baghdad, car bombs targeted a puppet "interior ministry office" that issues ID cards to residents of the Sadr City neighborhood. At least 16 puppets were killed in that attack.
In the town of Ba'aaj, near Mosul, at least two puppet policemen were killed when a Martyrdom bomber targeted a puppet police station, while in a separate explosion west of Mosul, a car bomb killed three puppet army soldiers.
In central Balad township, about 80km north of Baghdad, a parked car exploded outside the home of a local puppet political leader, Al Radhee Mohammed.
Meanwhile, the Islamic State of Iraq warned in an audio message that it would begin targeting puppet judges and prosecutors as it renewed its campaign to free the Muhjahideen who are currently being held in puppet regime prison.
"We are starting a new stage," said Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who has been leader of the Islamic State of Iraq since May 2010.
"The first priority in this is releasing Muslim prisoners everywhere, and chasing and eliminating judges and investigators and their guards."