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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Oct 23, 2019 11:01 pm

UN: Serious human rights violations and abuses during the demonstrations in Iraq

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23-10-2019 07:47 PM

Baghdad -
Iraqi authorities have committed serious human rights violations and abuses in the face of a wave of protests against the government that killed 149 civilians, the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) said.

In a report, the mission said there was evidence that security forces had used excessive force against protesters and carried out mass arrests, noting that security forces reportedly denied the protesters medical care.

"The interim results of UNAMI indicate serious human rights violations and abuses committed during the recent protests," the report said. Another in Iraq. "

The UNAMI mission said it conducted 145 interviews from 1-16 October with human rights monitors, journalists, activists, protesters and relatives of the dead protesters and others.

An Iraqi government committee investigating the wave of arrests during the protests said 149 civilians were killed because security forces resorted to excessive violence and fired live ammunition to quell the protests.

The government report said more than 70 percent of those killed were shot in the head or chest, and there was evidence that snipers targeted protesters.

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