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Iraqi police open fire, use tear gas and water cannon to disperse Baghdad protests

Reuters India Tuesday, 1 October 2019
Police used tear gas, water cannon and live fire to disperse demonstrators in Baghdad on Tuesday, wounding several people as thousands of Iraqis rallied in protest against unemployment, government corruption and poor services.
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Security forces opened fire and threw tear gas at anti-government protesters in Baghdad on Wednesday, in clashes which claimed the life of a child. Joe Davies reports.

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