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Iraq rocket attack kills child, wounds at least five, says military
The military said the incident would not go without "prosecution and accountability."
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At least two rockets hit inside Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone on Tuesday, two Iraqi officials said.
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On Friday the Iraqi military said four rockets had been fired at Basmaya base but no casualties were reported.
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Her friends and acquaintances reported her missing earlier this week, and she has since been freed.
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Trump sends more troops to Middle East after US Embassy stormed
The increase is in addition to 14,000 American soldiers sent into the region since May.
Security forces open fire at protesters in Baghdad
Protesters attempted to dismantle barricades preventing them from crossing the bridge leading to the heavily fortified Green Zone, where most government buildings and foreign embassies are based.
Twenty-seven Iraqi protesters killed in a day as violence continues
The anti-government demonstrations began on October 1.
Iraqi security forces clash with anti-government protesters in Baghdad
Protesters ran away as live ammunition, tear gas canisters and stun grenades were fired towards them.
Iraqi security forces break up protests in Battle of the Bridges
Iraqi security forces fired tear gas and live rounds into the air to disperse protesters in central Baghdad on Wednesday (November 6) as the biggest wave of anti-government demonstrations in decades spread out across the capital.
Iraq protests escalate
Anti-government protests in Iraq continued over the weekend with medical sources claiming one person was killed and over 90 injured
Defying curfew and crackdown, thousands carry coffin of dead protester
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.
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Protesters persevere on Iraq's mean streets
Protestors returned to the streets of Iraq over the weekend
Iraq protesters back on the streets after violence kills 40
The Iraqi parliament will meet in an emergency session to address the demands.
Five more killed as Iraqi forces shoot anti-government protestors
Police and medical reports suggest the number of people killed in recent days during protests against corruption and unemployment is at least 81.
The death toll has surged to 73 in Iraq's week-long protests
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.
Baghdad's Green Zone sign of movement towards 'prosperous future'
After the zone was officially opened to the public in June, drivers' journeys have been shortened from a couple of hours to under ten minutes.
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Moqtada al-Sadr set for surprise comeback in Iraqi elections
With 95% of votes counted, Moqtadr al-Sadr in pole position to choose next prime minister
Iraq goes to the polls
Analysts say the election will shape attempts to heal the country’s deep divisions and could shift the regional balance of power.
Iraq: dozens killed as suicide bombers hit Baghdad market
Suicide bombers reportedly killed dozens of people and injured over 100 in a busy market in the Iraqi capital.
16-year old Isis fighter captured in Mosul confirmed as German girl
Four women including a 16-year old girl, captured in the Iraqi city of Mosul have been confirmed as German nationals
Male style icon's body found mutilated in Baghdad
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