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Criminal groups seeking to create chaos in Tahrir Square protests: Iraqi Interior Ministry

The Iraqi Interior Ministry warns that “criminal groups” are at work at the iconic Tahrir Square in Baghdad to beat…

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Iraq clears protest barriers after massive anti-US rallies

Iraqi security forces have cleared concrete blocks from main protest sites in Baghdad and Basra, which a group of rioters…

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Hashd Sha’abi supporters rally in Baghdad to condemn US interference

Thousands of supporters of Hashd Sha’abi have staged a rally in the capital Baghdad to express their resentment over the…

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Iraqi demonstrators marched to Tahrir Square in support for religious authority

Iraqis have taken to the streets of the capital, Baghdad, in a show of support for the country’s religious authority,…

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Iraqi army bans gatherings outside Baghdad’s Tahrir square

The Iraqi army has warned that its forces will move in to break up any gathering outside Baghdad’s Tahrir Square,…

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Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani urges end of bloodshed, warns of civil war

Iraq’s top Shia cleric Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani has urged the end of bloodshed in the Arab country, warning of a…

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Thousands of Iraqi protesters gathered on Tahrir Square defying curfew

The Iraqi capital Baghdad has become the scene of the largest rally since a second wave of anti-government demonstrations began…

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Iraqi PM: People’s have right to protest but violence not tolerated

Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi has reaffirmed people’s right to protest but warned against violence as thousands of people across…

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Iraq Situation’s Outlook after Reform Packages

The string of events in Iraq at least over the past year suggests that the crisis and instability in the…

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President Salih calls for national dialog on recent acts of violence

Iraq’s President Barham Salih has condemned as “unacceptable’’ the recent acts of violence targeting protesters, journalists and security forces amid…

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