Thousands of anti-government protesters spent the night camping in central Baghdad on Monday (November 4), with more gathering near Tahrir Square in defiance of the prime minister's plea to end protests which he says are costing Iraq's economy billions of dollars and disrupting daily life
Southern Iraq students march as a procession of mock coffins is paraded in Baghdad's Tahrir Square.
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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The crowd consisted mostly of young men, many draped in Iraqi flags. Surrounding streets brimmed with cars, taxis, motorcycles and tuk-tuks as more people made their way in.
NBC News was able to view hundreds of videos coming in from cities across Iraq documenting the entire day of demonstrations via Snapchat's interactive heatmap.
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.
Iraq’s government cut internet access, imposed curfews and deployed forces to secure key facilities amid protests aimed at toppling the regime.
Blend Mamoon turns heads when he roams the streets of the city of Dohuk with his pet, a year-old lion who came into Mamoon's care when he was just a 20-day-old cub.
The two men — Bilel Kabaoui, 32, and Mourad Delhomme, 41 — are the latest defendants in a string of court cases that have already seen other nine French citizens and a Tunisian national be sentenced to death in the past weeks.
The gentlemen’s fashion club, Mr. Erbil is revamping style and culture in the Kurdish region in the northern part of Iraq.