At least 73 apostates killed and more than 200 injured in attacks against Iraqi apostate security forces across the country.
Mujahideen fighters have killed at least 73 people in a wave of attacks in Iraq, gunning down apostate soldiers at an army post and bombing puppet police recruits.
In the deadliest attack, Mujahideen stormed a small Iraqi puppet army outpost in the town of Dujail before dawn, killing at least 10 apostate soldiers and wounding eight more, according to puppet police and hospital officials in the nearby city of Balad, about 80km north of Baghdad.
Hours later, a car bomb struck a group of puppet police recruits waiting in line to apply for jobs with the state-run Northern Oil Company outside the northern city of Kirkuk.
Puppet city police commander Sarhad Qadir said seven recruits were killed and 17 wounded.
The attacks even stretched into the country's south, where bombs stuck to two parked cars exploded in the Shia-dominated city of Nasiriyah, 320km southeast of Baghdad.
The blasts were near the French consulate and a local hotel in the city.
Local deputy health director doctor Adnan al-Musharifawi said two apostates were killed and three were wounded at the hotel, and one Iraqi puppet policeman was wounded at the consulate.