Protest Clashes and Random Attacks Leave 111 Killed, 233 Wounded Across Iraq
Security personnel fought demonstrators at sit-in camps in at least two predominantly Sunni cities. The highest number of casualties occurred in Hawija. The clashes led to several curfews and road closures across the country. They also encouraged two ministers to quit
their posts. Overall, at least 111 people were killed and 233 more were wounded
in those clashes and other violence.
, bombs targeting a Sahwa member’s family killed five
of them including children.
Author: Margaret Griffis
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