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Curfew in three provinces and protesters storming the building of the local government in Karbala

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Curfew in three provinces and protesters storming the building of the local government in Karbala

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Jul 14, 2018 7:00 pm

Curfew in three provinces and protesters storming the building of the local government in Karbala

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The Iraqi security authorities on Saturday evening imposed a total curfew in the province of Basra, Najaf and Karbala after the protests accompanied violence against demonstrators.

Thousands of people took to the streets of Basra, Diwaniyah, Dhi Qar, Maysan, Najaf, Karbala, Wasit and Babel on Saturday to renew their demands to improve the poor service and living conditions and provide jobs for the unemployed.

The ongoing demonstrations have been accompanied by armed clashes and attempts to break into partisan and government headquarters in Najaf, Maysan, Babel and Karbala.

The demonstrators succeeded in storming the building of the province in Karbala after the siege lasted for several hours.

At least eight demonstrators were killed and at least eight others wounded when security forces opened fire on protesters trying to storm the compound in central Najaf.

Local authorities in Najaf have cut off electricity from the province in an attempt to control the "angry" popular protests.

The spread of angry protests in Iraq due to poor living conditions and spread to several provinces, while the authorities raised the state of alert and threatened security measures deterred against what they described as "engineers."


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