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Two killed, 35 wounded in Baghdad protests - police, medics

Reuters India Thursday, 14 November 2019
Security forces killed two protesters and wounded 35 others in Baghdad on Thursday, police and medical sources said, as thousands of Iraqis continued a wave of anti-government protests.
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