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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Nov 04, 2019 11:29 pm

The United Nations: We are appalled by the continuing bloodshed in Iraq

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04-11-2019 10:22 PM

Baghdad / News:
described the representative of the United Nations Mission in Iraq Jenin Blaschart on Monday, the ongoing events in the country Palmruah.

"We are appalled by the continuing bloodshed in Iraq," the mission said in a statement.

"Violence only breeds violence and peaceful protesters must be protected," she said, stressing that "it is time for national dialogue."

Since the beginning of last month, Iraq has been witnessing mass protests against the deterioration of living conditions and growing unemployment and corruption, and demanded participants, the resignation of the government.

The spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Abdul Karim Khalaf, said that the security forces will break up any gathering of demonstrators outside Tahrir Square, stressing that no chaos will be allowed.

Ali al-Bayati, a member of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Iraq, said Monday that three demonstrators had been killed and 150 wounded during the Baghdad protests, praising the Iraqi army's position to "reduce" casualties among the demonstrators in Baghdad.

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