July 5 (Reuters) - Following are security developments in Iraq at 1800 GMT on Monday.
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* BAGHDAD - A roadside bomb targeting Shi'ite pilgrims in northeastern Baghdad wounded five people, a source in the Interior Ministry said.
* BAGHAD - A mortar round or rocket landed near an apartment block in Baghdad's Green Zone government and diplomatic enclave, wounding three people, an Interior Ministry source said.
BAGHDAD - A roadside bomb went off near a police patrol, wounding three people, including a policeman, in the Bayaa district of southwest Baghdad, police said.
MOSUL - A bomb attached to a car exploded at an Iraqi army checkpoint, killing the driver and wounding one soldier in western Mosul, 390 km (240 miles) north of Baghdad, police said.
MOSUL - Two suspected insurgents were killed during an exchange of gunfire with Iraqi army personnel south of Mosul, an Iraqi army source said. The source said suicide vests were found in the house the men were killed in.
MOSUL - A roadside bomb went off near a police patrol, wounding seven, including one policeman, in western Mosul, police said.
SHIRQAT - A roadside bomb went off near a police patrol, wounding four policemen, in Shirqat, 300 km (190 miles) north of Baghdad. Earlier twin car bombs wounded 13 people, including five policemen, in Shirqat, police said.
KIRKUK - A government-backed Sunni militiaman was found dead inside his car, in handcuffs, on Sunday in central Kirkuk, 250 km (155 miles) north of Baghdad, police said.
MOSUL - Gunmen shot dead a civilian in northern Mosul, police said.
MOSUL - Gunmen opened fire on a civilian in southern Mosul and wounded him, police said.
BAGHDAD - A roadside bomb went off near an Iraqi army patrol, killing one soldier and wounding another, in the Zaafaraniya district of southeastern Baghdad, police said.
BAGHDAD - Three civilians were wounded when two roadside bombs exploded in southwestern Baghdad, police said. (Compiled by Baghdad newsroom)
suicide bomber camouflaged in a licorice seller
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