The demonstrator died after being hit by a tear gas canister on one of the main highways in east Baghdad, medics say.
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No group has as of yet claimed responsibility for the rocket attack and no casualties have been reported.
The US killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani serves as a reminder to the GCC that when push comes to shove, they are all in the same boat.
The violence is the latest since protests in Iraq reignited last week after a brief lull amid soaring tensions between Washington and Tehran.
While violence in protests seems to have abated somewhat calls for change remains.
Riot police fired tear gas and hurled sound bombs to disperse crowds on the Baghdad's strategic Sinak Bridge after protesters attempted to breach cement barriers previously erected by security forces.
"While no US service members were killed in the January 8 Iranian attack on Asad air base, several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast and are still being assessed," Central Command spokesman Captain Bill Urban said in a statement.
The most outspoken celebratory messages for the killing of the controversial Iranian general came from the Turkey-backed Syrian National Amy, while the YPG-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces remain silent.
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The accidental downing of a Ukrainian commercial flight has turned the political tide in Iran.
Bernie Sanders drew a contrast with establishment favourite Joe Biden by noting Sanders fought a 2002 measure to authorise military action against Iraq. Elizabeth Warren and Sanders locked horns over his alleged statement "a woman can't defeat Trump.
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