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Demonstrators control Najaf International Airport completely

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Demonstrators control Najaf International Airport completely

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:37 pm

Demonstrators control Najaf International Airport completely

Twilight News

9 hours ago

Hundreds of demonstrators stormed Najaf International Airport Friday evening.

Witnesses said that the demonstration started from the scene of the revolution of the twentieth, and then went to the provincial council and were able to break into it, but they came out

According to eyewitnesses, the demonstrators then went to Najaf airport and stormed the main gate of the airport and were able to access the main hall and the administration of Najaf International Airport, and they took full control of it.

He told the source of Twilight News, that the internal and international traffic has stopped from and to the airport.

Hundreds of people demonstrated in a number of Iraqi provinces this evening to protest against the deterioration of the living and service conditions and the lack of water and electricity in light of rising temperatures to half of the boiling.

This comes at a time when Basra, the richest provinces in Iraq, oil and gas since Sunday, similar protests and is continuing so far.

Demonstrators in Dhi Qar, Maysan, Najaf, Karbala, Diwaniyah and Babel called for improving the service and living conditions, providing water, electricity, eliminating financial and administrative corruption in the state and its institutions, unemployment and providing job opportunities for the unemployed.

See pictures of the presence of demonstrators at Najaf airport:


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