Two injured protesters died in Iraq

496 Iraqis have been slaughtered in fights since October

Two Iraqi protesters have surrendered to their injuries in southern Iraq, as per nearby therapeutic sources on Wednesday.

One demonstrator has harmed in conflicts with security powers close to the Umm Qasr port in Basra a month ago and passed on of his wounds on Wednesday, a medical source said.

Another nonconformist passed on of his injuries in the city of Nassiriya late Tuesday, another source said.

Iraq has been bothered by mass fights since early October over poor living conditions and debasement, constraining Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to leave.

As indicated by Iraq’s High Commission for Human Rights, in any event, 496 Iraqis have been slaughtered and 17,000 have been harmed since the fights started Oct. 1.–Hadisa Ali

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