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Iraqi forces fire at protesters in Baghdad after PM pledges vague reform

Reuters India Friday, 4 October 2019
Police shot at a small group of protesters in Baghdad on Friday after three deadly days of anti-government unrest and Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said no "magic solution" was available, pledging vague reform that are unlikely to placate Iraqis.
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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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