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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Oct 07, 2019 11:25 pm

Protesters gathered in Sadr City again and cut off key roads

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2019/10/07 12:38:13
 
Twelve demonstrators gathered in Sadr City neighborhoods east of Baghdad, a source familiar with the situation said Monday.

"Protesters cut off main streets in Sadr City, east of Baghdad, and set tires in the middle of the streets," the source told Shafaq News.

The Joint Operations Command, the highest military authority in Iraq, announced Monday that it was operating, according to army divisions from Sadr City, east of Baghdad, after a bloody night in which several demonstrators were killed and dozens wounded.

"We have begun withdrawing army units from Sadr City and replacing them with troops from the Interior Ministry," the Joint Operations Command said in a statement.

"Dealing with and protecting citizens is a responsibility and obligation of all our security forces," the statement said, adding that any excessive use of force with citizens is not allowed.

The Prime Minister directed the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Adel Abdul Mahdi on Monday to withdraw all army units from Sadr City east of Baghdad and replace them with federal police.

The clashes took place in Sadr City in Baghdad on Sunday evening, where a medical source told Twilight News, on Monday that the number of those clashes has risen to 15 dead and 40 wounded among the demonstrators.

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