In Iraq, soldiers opened fire on protesters in Baghdad Thursday with live fire, rubber bullets and tear gas, killing four people and wounding scores of others. This brings the death toll from anti-government protests to at least 320 since October 1. Iraqis are opposed to widespread corruption and are demanding job opportunities and basic services, including clean water and reliable electricity.
Iraqi Soldiers Kill Four Anti-Government Protesters, Bringing Death Toll to 320
HeadlineNov 15, 2019