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Iraqi Center for War Crime Documentation: 5 activists were killed and kidnapped

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Post by rocky on Sun 19 Jan 2020, 7:10 am

Iraqi Center for War Crime Documentation: 5 activists were killed and kidnapped
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The Iraqi Center for the Documentation of War Crimes has announced that five protest activists have been targeted, killed and kidnapped during the past hours in Baghdad, Dhi Qar and Karbala.
The Center reported in a tweet on Twitter that armed militia kidnapped the activist Ahmed Fadel, an activist of Tahrir Square, while he was returning from the scene.
He also mentioned the targeting of civilian activist Mustafa Qassem Al-Badiri with a sound bomb in front of his house located in Al-Shuhada neighborhood in the city of Nasiriyah in Dhi Qar Governorate.
The center confirmed that the activist Ahmed Alaa Al-Darraji was kidnapped from Al-Tayaran Square after he left Al-Tahrir Square, pointing to the killing of the activist Hassan Hadi Al-Zaidi.
In addition, the Iraqi Center for the Documentation of War Crimes confirmed the killing of activist and paramedic Hoda Khudair by a silencer pistol in Karbala, in order to support the popular demonstrations in Iraq.
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