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Dispersing a demonstration of protesters in southern Iraq with tear gas

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Dispersing a demonstration of protesters in southern Iraq with tear gas

Post  RamblerNash on Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:10 pm

Dispersing a demonstration of protesters in southern Iraq with tear gas

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(Reuters) - Security forces in the province of Basra dispersed protesters with tear gas, an informed source said on Monday.

The source said security forces broke up a demonstration of protesters near the Diwan of Basra with tear gas.

He added that special task forces "Swat" arrived today to the province of Basra, and spread near the building of the Office of the province, which witnessed a demonstration organized by hundreds of citizens.

Hundreds of demonstrators demonstrated Monday afternoon in front of the Basra governorate office to express their rejection of the methods used by the security forces to disperse them.

On Friday, Basra saw angry protesters storming the local government building and burning a number of caravans and checkpoints.

Thousands of cases of poisoning have been reported in Basra following the pollution of saltwater since the beginning of this summer. 


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