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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Jul 18, 2018 6:41 pm

Dozens protest in Baghdad to demand services

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Wednesday 18 July

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Dozens of people from the Shula area, north of Baghdad, demonstrated on Wednesday to demand services.

A reporter for Alsumaria News, said dozens of people from the flame area north of Baghdad, demonstrated this evening, to demand the provision of services and job opportunities for the unemployed.

The correspondent added that a security force cordoned off the scene of the demonstration, and took strict measures in anticipation of any emergency.

Some cities and provinces in Iraq have been protesting for several days demanding better public services, water and electricity, unemployment and corruption in government departments. The demonstrations included riots and attacks that led to casualties and damage to state property.


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