Egypt sees 103 new coronavirus cases to reach 1173; death toll up 7 to 78    EGX starts week in red amid Arab, foreign selling    Ahmad Abdalla's Exterior/Night comes fourth on Netflix daily rankings in Egypt    The Minister of International Cooperation launches the results of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation Survey    South Sudan has 1st virus case, is 51st country in Africa    Disney+ content to make exclusive Middle East debut on OSN    4.3 magnitude earthquake hits East Nueweiba    Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 1 million, death toll passes 64,000    ‘Screens and Streams': Arab Fund for Arts and Culture releases films and music online    'Complete collapse of economies' ahead as Africa faces virus    Pope begins Holy Week events without the public    Art Alert: Cairo Steps and Um Kulthoum are highlights of culture ministry YouTube channel's new releases    Serbian player sentenced to 3 months at home for flouting curfew    Egypt non-oil private sector contracts faster as virus hits -PMI    Kenny replaces McCarthy as Ireland manager    ‘Stay home. Save lives': Google Doodle provides tips to help stop spread of Coronavirus    Egypt's swimmer Osman quarantined in Red Sea resort after returning from US    Tesla cuts contractors from California, Nevada factories: CNBC    17 doctors, nurses at Egypt's National Cancer Institute test positive for coronavirus    Egypt delays launch of mega projects to 2021 due to coronavirus    Sisi: Egypt in solidarity with people of whole world in coronavirus    Japan ready to give coronavirus-hit nations anti-flu drug Avigan for free    Egypt's Zamalek to extend Carteron's contract after end of coronavirus    Amazon to postpone Prime Day sales event due to coronavirus    Comedy puppet Abla Fahita returns to screens during Egypt's curfew    Broadcaster predicts Spain's La Liga restart in July with no fans    Apple to stop taking cut of some Amazon video purchases on App Store    Filling GERD will begin this rainy season: Ethiopian PM    Egypt's Supreme Council of Culture launches three new competitions    Freed from detention    Huawei to explore the ultimate potential on its Huawei P40 series    Egypt, MENA growth forecast at 2.7%, -0.3% respectively: IIF    Prosecution warns of EGP 300k fine or 2-year jail for spreading fake coronavirus news    Al-Sisi discusses joint coronavirus efforts with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince    Saudi Arabia intercepts missiles over Riyadh    CBE temporarily regulates cash deposits, withdrawals    Lagging COVID-19 response to shield frail economy: Rouhani    Farwell to Egyptian comedian George Sidhom    Weekend's virtual concerts, plays, and festivals people can stream at home    Amid coronavirus outbreak, Egyptian Premier League cancellation seems inevitable    Brazilian football stadiums transformed into hospitals to treat coronavirus patients    Stay At Home: Ministry of Culture to publish free books online for public browsing    What to watch to kill time in quarantine?    Ethiopia has not sent Egypt latest designs for GERD: Minister of Irrigation    Nigerien President hails Egypt's diplomatic attempts to reach agreement over GERD    Al-Sisi appreciates Kenya's support to Egypt's stance on GERD    Cairo court acquits Mubarak's sons of stock market manipulation    Egypt's President Sisi pardons some prisoners on 25 Jan. Revolution anniversary    

Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.

At least seven killed and dozens injured in latest Iraqi protests defying the PM's calls
Published in Daily News Egypt on 05 - 11 - 2019

At least six protesters were killed and dozens were wounded by Iraqi forces, defying the Iraqi prime minister's calls to end the protests, and gathered in central Baghdad and other locations on Monday, Reuters reported.
The medical sources said that four protestors were killed while 34 were wounded, adding that one was killed by live fire, and two by rubber bullets and tear gas, but did not explain the fourth death.
The clashes between protests and the Iraqi forces continued on Tuesday in the main Gulf of Port Umm Qasr. During riot police attempts to disperse demonstrators, one person was killed and police injured several others, leading health care providers in Basrah governorate to call upon residents to donate blood to help the injured, said Sky News.
On Sunday night, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi urged protesters to suspend their movement which he said achieved its goals and was hurting the economy. However, thousands of anti-government protesters also gathered in Umm Qasr and southern Shatra, where security forces also killed a protester, and wounded around 10 people.
Meanwhile, the tribes in the Iraqi city of Karbala had given the Iraqi government on Monday evening 72 hours to hand over the killers of Karbala's demonstrators. This demand came after three protesters were killed in Karbala late on Sunday when security forces opened fire on a crowd trying to storm the Iranian consulate.

Clic here to read the story from its source.