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Protesters were killed and 25 wounded in clashes with Iraqi security

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Protesters were killed and 25 wounded in clashes with Iraqi security Empty Protesters were killed and 25 wounded in clashes with Iraqi security

Post by rocky on Fri Jan 17, 2020 4:15 pm

[size=34]Protesters were killed and 25 wounded in clashes with Iraqi security
Last update: Friday, 22 Jumada I 1441 AH - 17 January 2020 KSA 22:43 - GMT 19:43
Publication date: Friday 22 Jumada I 1441 AH - 17 January 2020 KSA 22:01 - GMT 19:01

Source: Dubai - Arabia.Net
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Security and medical sources in Iraq reported that demonstrators were killed, while 25 others were injured in clashes with the security forces as part of the protest movement, which began to lose momentum amid the impact of Iranian-American tension in the country. Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath correspondent stated that a protester was killed after a direct hit to his chest, and added that a number of protesters were injured by shrapnel, while cases of suffocation were recorded.

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The Associated Press reported that protesters were killed with renewed violence between anti-government protesters and Iraqi security forces after weeks of calm.

And the clashes took place suddenly near the al-Sank bridge that connects the two ends of the capital, Baghdad, when demonstrators approached checkpoints of the security forces, according to a security source told AFP.

The same source indicated that the security forces used tear gas, and one of them hit a demonstrator in the chest, which led to his death. A medical source also confirmed that 24 protesters were injured, including asphyxia.
Activists had flocked to Tahrir Square from various Iraqi governorates to support the movement. Protesters also demonstrated in front of the Ministry of Education building, protesting the ministry's pledge to hold the striking students accountable under the pretext of joining the movement.
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In the south, the demonstrators continue their sit-ins in the main squares and streets, vowing to the ruling class to escalate peacefully and civil disobedience in the event that their demands are still neglected by Parliament and the President of the Republic. The southern governorates witnessed the cutting of major and other roads linking the southern cities to the capital, Baghdad.
For more than three months, Iraqis have denounced the ruling political class, whom they accuse of corruption and cronyism. Violence in demonstrations across the country has resulted in the deaths of about 460 people, the majority of whom are protesters, and more than 25,000 injured, since October 1, 2019.
Activists have also been subjected to intimidation campaigns, kidnappings and assassinations in several governorates.
On the political front, the country is in a state of paralysis since the resignation of the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, and the political blocs are still unable to agree to find an alternative figure for the prime minister despite the expiration of the constitutional deadlines.


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