FACTBOX-Security developments in Iraq, July 18

July 18 (Reuters) - Following are security developments in Iraq at 0930 GMT on Sunday.

*Denotes new or updated item:

* BAGHDAD - A bomb attached to a car killed Amer al-Tamimi, a brother of Abu Azzam al-Tamimi, the leader of anti-al Qaeda Sunni militia in Abu Ghraib, on the western outskirts of Baghdad, police said. BAGHDAD - A suicide bomber attacked government-backed Sunni militia as they lined up to be paid on Baghdad's southwestern outskirts, killing at least 39 and wounding 41, Iraqi security sources said.

BAGHDAD - A bomb attached to a car killed one man and wounding three others in Ur district, northeastern Baghdad, police said.

QAIM - A suicide bomber killed four and wounded six at a meeting of local Sunni militia leaders in the western town of Qaim, near the Syrian border, police in Anbar province said.

KIRKUK - Gunmen shot dead an Iraqi soldier as he was driving his car south of Kirkuk, 250 km (155 miles) north of Baghdad, police said. Police said a policeman was wounded in a gunfight with the attackers when police responded to the incident. (Compiled by Baghdad newsroom)