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Anti-government protests in Iraq continued over the weekend with medical sources claiming one person was killed and over 90 injured
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Protestors returned to the streets of Iraq over the weekend
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Iraqi security forces used tear gas and stun grenades to repel demonstrators who had marched towards government buildings in protest against corruption and economic hardship. The incident marked a renewal of the anti-government protests after security forces killed about 150 people.
Police and medical reports suggest the number of people killed in recent days during protests against corruption and unemployment is at least 81.
The Iraqi High Commission For Human Rights revealed that the death toll increased to 73 and 3,000 more people have been injured since Tuesday when protests began.
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