#Iran 3rd day of demonstrations in Iraq; disconnection of the Internet and communications
Protests continue in Baghdad for the third day, despite internet and military rule. The sound of gunfire is heard from several areas of Baghdad.
Iraqi security forces and the army have reportedly refrained from suppressing the protesters, and the Hashad-Al-Shabi and Revolutionary Guards sent to take responsibility for suppressing the demonstrations.
The government has cut off all communications between Baghdad and the small cities around the capital to stop the demonstration.
Unidentified Iraqi media reported that nearly 11 people were killed in last night’s demonstrations in more than 10 Iraqi provinces.
The uprising against the occupation by the Iranian regime of Iraq. Proxy militias and Shiite parties affiliated with the clerics.
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Pro Iranian forces attack Iraqis
Nearly five people have been killed in anti-government protests in Iraq.
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