Baghdad (dpa) - After days of bloody protests in Iraq, the Iraqi government is coming under increasing pressure. The number of deaths since demonstrations against corruption and mismanagement on Tuesday rose to around 100, the state human rights commission in Baghdad and eyewitnesses reported. Almost 4,000 people were injured. The vast majority of victims were protesters, the Human Rights Commission said. Security forces had used tear gas and gunfire over the past few days.
Conflicts: Around 100 people killed in protests in Iraq
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