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Iraqi security forces disperse demonstrations by force – at Least four dead, over a hundred injured

the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, security forces have used a hard grip on the mind of callers against.

the security forces killed three demonstrators and one died when a tear kaasuammuksia hit his head.

the security forces drove up on Saturday morning protesters from three of the tigris river border bridge.

Then the security forces are advancing in Tahrir square, i.e. Liberation square, which is months been protest movements in the center.

– security forces are closing in on us, but protesters are trying to keep them farther from the burning tires, the square, the doctor told the news agency AFP:the fbi on Saturday.

in Southern Basra city in the three demonstrators died when police broke up the administration building in front of the can out of the protest camp.

the Prime minister promised reforms

Troops began to disperse the protests, after Iraqi political leaders to close their ranks prime minister Adel Abdul Mahdi support.

Abdul Mahdi's government has promised reforms, but protesters are demanding his resignation.

the Prime minister said that the protests are legitimate political change to promote, but urged the demonstrators not to impede the normal life.

Abdul Mahdi promised that the demonstrators ' deaths are investigated and that non-state armed groups will not have the right to bear arms. The prime minister also promised to reform the electoral system.

the 77-year-old Abdul Mahdi rose to power last year, when populist islamic scholar Moqtada al-Sadr and paramilitary Hashed al-Shaabi -network director Hadi al-Al were set down together to support him.

Tahrir protest began, Sadr settled in the demonstrators ' side, while the Amer Hashed-array are supported by the government.

This week, Sadr and the Americans settled together again to support the prime minister. Iran's revolutionary guard, major general Qassem Suleimani , the most influential actor, persuaded Sadr back in the line up, news agency AFP's source told.

the Biggest protest wave in the

after Decades of conflict, sanctions and ethnic hatred-weary Iraq had been fairly quiet after the large areas taken over the extremist movement Isis was driven from his position and under the ground in 2017.

demonstrations in Tahrir square began in early October. Into a corrupt power elite, tired of protesters demanding jobs and public services.

the Case is reportedly the largest wave of protest after the united states crashed Saddam Hussein of the administration in 2003.

the security forces are the protests during the killed over 280 people across the country.

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Sources: AFP, AP, Reuters

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