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More than 100 Died: Anti-government protests continue in Iraq

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Total of 15 people has been killed during ongoing anti-government protests and violent protests in Iraq. The death toll has exceeded 100 due to six days of stress. More than 100 Died: Anti-government protests continue in Iraq


More than 100 Died: Anti-government protests continue in Iraq

In Iraq, violent protests continue in other cities of the country, including the capital Baghdad, against inflation, unemployment and poor governance.


Anti-government protests continued in Baghdad for the sixth consecutive day on Sunday, with clashes between security forces and protesters. As a result, 8 people were killed and several injured.
Protesters are on the streets despite Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi announcing corruption and unemployment and bringing new reforms.
More than 6,000 people have been injured as a result of clashes with security forces during anti-government protests beginning October 1.
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According to an Iraqi Interior Ministry spokesman, the death toll has risen to 104, including eight security forces personnel during the demonstrations over the past six days.
The spokesman said 6107 people were injured during the riots and violence, including a thousand police and other security personnel, while protesters burned dozens of buildings in the operation.
The spokesman for the interior ministry denied that security forces fired live at demonstrators.
Violent protests have continued in Iraq since last week in other cities in the country, including the capital Baghdad, against inflation, unemployment and poor governance.
Remember that Iraq, the oil-rich country, announced the defeat of the extremist organization ISIS two years ago, and it was only last year that Adel Abdul Mahdi formed the government.
In an emergency cabinet meeting on Saturday night, 17 points were agreed to end violent protests and reduce protests. This included announcements such as lending to unemployed youth, including housing for the poor, housing for the unemployed and training programs for the poor.
During the cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Abdul Mahdi said that the government would assist the relatives of those killed during the demonstrations. According to him, despite all government measures, he regrets the casualties.

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