25 killed in gun attack on anti-government protesters in Baghdad
More than 130 other people were injured in the attack.
The death toll from a bloody night of attacks by unknown gunmen targeting anti-government protesters in Baghdad has risen to 25, Iraqi officials said.
More than 130 other people were injured.
Security forces regularly use live rounds and tear gas to disperse the demonstrations, leading to heavy casualties.
The gunfire continued until the early hours of Saturday morning.
The assailants first unleashed the deadly assault on Baghdad’s Khilani Square and Sinak Bridge, driving through the areas that are the epicentre of the popular uprising.
Iraqi security forces were deployed to streets leading to the square by the early morning.
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