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At least six killed in Baghdad and five others in Basra while demonstrators block gates to Umm Qasr port in the south.At least six killed in Baghdad and five others in Basra while demonstrators block gates to Umm Qasr port in the south.

Iraqi forces kill several protesters in Baghdad and Basra | News | Al Jazeera

Fresh clashes between Iraqi security forces and anti-government protesters broke out in Baghdad on Friday despite a call for calm by the country's top Shi'ite Muslim cleric, as authorities grapple with the country's biggest crisis in years.Fresh clashes between Iraqi security forces and anti-government protesters broke...

Fresh clashes erupt in Baghdad despite call for calm by top cleric - Reuters

Iranian officials fear their influence is at risk and are pressing the Iraqi government to crack down.Iranian officials fear their influence is at risk and are pressing the Iraqi government to crack down.

Iraq's uprising is the broadest in decades. The protests pose an alarming threat to Baghdad and Tehran. - The Washington Post

Civilians commandeer police checkpoints and even government offices, "by order of the people," amid reports of ongoing violence against protestersCivilians commandeer police checkpoints and even government offices, "by order of the people," amid reports of ongoing violence against protesters

Iraq protests death toll mounts as protesters defy police in Baghdad and Basra today - CBS News

“Iraqi security forces use live fire to disperse Baghdad protesters https://t.co/ilV43ouiKf”

Idrees Ali on Twitter: "Iraqi security forces use live fire to disperse Baghdad protesters https://t.co/ilV43ouiKf"

“Iraqi security forces open fire on protesters in fatal clashes in Baghdad https://t.co/zfCZkoeaBh”

عمو حسام 🇵🇸🇪🇭 on Twitter: "Iraqi security forces open fire on protesters in fatal clashes in Baghdad https://t.co/zfCZkoeaBh"

“In Iraq, Iran’s proxies, presumably on Tehran’s orders, are slaughtering ppl in the streets | “Iran-backed militias deployed snipers on Baghdad rooftops during Iraq's deadliest anti-gov protests in years, two Iraqi security officials told Reuters.” | https://t.co/Ko3CvIIWVf”

Mike on Twitter: "In Iraq, Iran’s proxies, presumably on Tehran’s orders, are slaughtering ppl in the streets | “Iran-backed militias deployed snipers on Baghdad rooftops during Iraq's deadliest anti-gov protests in years, two Iraqi security officials told Reuters.” | https://t.co/Ko3CvIIWVf"

“Pro Iran security apparatus in Iraq cut off internet from #Baghdad & other cities, shut media & deploy militias in the streets. Is the regime preparing a #Timisuara bloodshed against the protesters, as #Ceausescu did in Romania in 1989? The US should warn https://t.co/75dIdX5uhW”

Walid Phares on Twitter: "Pro Iran security apparatus in Iraq cut off internet from #Baghdad & other cities, shut media & deploy militias in the streets. Is the regime preparing a #Timisuara bloodshed against the protesters, as #Ceausescu did in Romania in 1989? The US should warn https://t.co/75dIdX5uhW"

A new Arab Spring is unfolding in Lebanon and Iraq as citizens lead protests. But Iran's involvement could be dangerous for protesters.A new Arab Spring is unfolding in Lebanon and Iraq as citizens lead protests. But Iran's involvement could be dangerous for protesters.

A New Arab Spring Is Unfolding in Iraq and Lebanon. But Things Could Get Bloody If Iran Gets Its Way

Demonstrators encroach on government offices and demand end to corruption, unemployment; over a month's violence across Iraq has killed 280Demonstrators encroach on government offices and demand end to corruption, unemployment; over a month's violence across Iraq has killed 280

UN chief condemns live fire at Iraqi protesters as 'disturbing' | The Times of Israel

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Baghdad protesters attempt to gain access to ‘green zone’ | One America News Network

Since October, hundreds of young protesters have taken to the streets in Baghdad, as well as a few other cities in Iraq. They are asking for an overhaul of the government and accusing ruling elites of corruption and being out of touch with the public.Since October, hundreds of young protesters have taken to the streets in Baghdad, as well as a few other cities in Iraq. They are asking for an overhaul of the government and accusing ruling elites of corruption and being out of touch with the public.

Fueled with a 'do-or-die attitude,' young Iraqis protest for change

Throughout the Arab world there is a growing resistance to Iran’s attempts to meddle in their affairsThroughout the Arab world there is a growing resistance to Iran’s attempts to meddle in their affairs

Tehran finds itself in a desperate battle to maintain its influence over Lebanon and Iraq - The National

The nationwide protests taking place in both Arab states [Lebanon and Iraq] are also driven by a burning desire to end Iran's blatant attempts to turn them into de facto fiefdoms of Tehran. The protests, moreover, could not have come at a worse time forThe nationwide protests taking place in both Arab states [Lebanon and Iraq] are also driven by a burning desire to end Iran's blatant attempts to turn them into de facto fiefdoms of Tehran. The protests, moreover, could not have come at a worse time for

Middle East: The Anti-Iran Revolution is Well Underway

Security forces have fired teargas cartridges directly at protesters in Baghdad, Iraq on numerous occasions since protests resumed on October 25, 2019, killing at least 16, Human Rights Watch said today.Security forces have fired teargas cartridges directly at protesters in Baghdad, Iraq on numerous occasions since protests resumed on October 25, 2019, killing at least 16, Human Rights Watch said

Iraq: Teargas Cartridges Killing Protesters | Human Rights Watch

Though the majority of Iraqis currently protesting are Shiite, many other groups are supporting and participating in the massive demonstrations.Though the majority of Iraqis currently protesting are Shiite, many other groups are supporting and participating in the massive demonstrations.

Shiite protesters get broad backing throughout Iraq

The US Embassy urges the government to "engage seriously and urgently" with the demonstrators.

Iraqi protesters storm Baghdad bridge; medic killed - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

BAGHDAD: Political parties in Iraq resumed their meetings on Thursday in an attempt to resolve the current crisis and end the public protests. Meanwhile, the demonstrations continued to paralyze daily life in Baghdad, where bridges have been blocked and government institutions disrupted for more than a week. The country’s leading political forces have been trying to find waysBAGHDAD: Political parties in Iraq resumed their meetings on Thursday in an attempt to resolve the current crisis and end the public protests. Meanwhile, the demonstrations continued to paralyze

Demos continue to paralyze Iraq as political factions look for a way out | Arab News