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Iraq Protests: At least 27 dead in anti-govt demonstrations

Three days of anti-government protests in Iraq have resulted in at least twenty seven people dead. Hundreds more have been wounded. The protests, which began in the capital, Baghdad are being mostly staged by youths demanding jobs, improved services and an end to corruption. The demonstrations have since spread to cities across the mainly Shia south, making it the most serious challenge to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi's year-old government.

Anti-government protests turn deadly in Iraq

Anti-government protests turn deadly in Iraq

What’s Fueling Iraq’s Mass Protests?

What’s Fueling Iraq’s Mass Protests?

More people killed in Iraq's violent protests

More people killed in Iraq's violent protests

Volunteers are finding new ways to support protests in Baghdad - Iraq Protests

Volunteers are finding new ways to support protests in Baghdad - Iraq Protests

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