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Sources: resumption of operations in the port and oil refinery in Iraq after the departure of protes

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Sources: resumption of operations in the port and oil refinery in Iraq after the departure of protesters

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Operations resumed at a port and an oil refinery in southern Iraq on Thursday after protesters left the two areas, port officials and security and oil sources said.
Anti-government protesters blocked the roads leading to the Umm Qasr cargo port, halting operations for more than a week and blocking oil containers at the Nasiriyah refinery on Wednesday.
The sources said the protesters had left but did not specify why or how.

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Demonstrators re-close the port of Umm Qasr minutes after returning to work

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Protesters closed the port of Umm Qasr shortly after operations resumed, port sources told Reuters.
Port officials and security and oil sources said operations resumed at a port and an oil refinery in southern Iraq on Thursday after protesters left the areas.
Anti-government protesters blocked the roads leading to the Umm Qasr cargo port, halting operations for more than a week and blocking oil containers at the Nasiriyah refinery on Wednesday. The sources said the protesters had left but did not specify why or how.
On Wednesday, a spokesman for Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said the closure of the important Iraqi port of Umm Qasr overlooking the Gulf by anti-government protesters had cost the country more than $ 6 billion so far. "The closure of Umm Qasr harms the country," Khalaf told a news conference, adding that hundreds of trucks were still parked. This caused great harm to the State.
The demonstrations began in Iraq more than a month ago, in protest against the spread of corruption and deteriorating economic conditions, demanding the government to resign.

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Sources: resumption of operations in the port and oil refinery in Iraq after the departure of protes Empty Local source: Work at Umm Qasr port and Nasiriyah refinery return

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[size=18]RIYADH - Operations resumed at the port of Umm Qasr and the Nasiriyah oil refinery in southern Iraq after protesters left the two regions, the Russian news agency reported on Thursday, citing security and oil sources.


The protesters shut down roads in the port of Umm Qasr for more than a week, as they had stopped fuel tankers in the oil refinery by [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , causing fuel shortages in the southern provinces.
 
The protesters' movement came within hours after the spokesman of the commander of the Iraqi armed forces, Major General [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/1434346759/%D8%B9%D8%A8%D8%AF %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%83%D8%B1%D9%8A%D9%85 %D8%AE%D9%84%D9%81/ar/]Abdul Karim Khalaf[/url] , confirmed that the closure of the port protesters cost the country more than $ 6 billion.






 
The Iraqi capital [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  and a number of southern provinces since the beginning of last October, mass protests demanding the "legitimate rights" of citizens.
 
The protests included violence that killed more than 260 people and wounded about 12,000 between demonstrators and security forces.


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