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Politics News: Iraqi Protesters Torch Iranian Consulate in City of Najaf

BAGHDAD—Protesters set fire to the Iranian consulate in the Iraqi city of Najaf in a show of anger against Tehran’s involvement in the country’s affairs, raising the risk of a more forceful response from security forces to end a monthslong antigovernment uprising.


Source:www.wsj.com


Posted: 2019-11-28 00:38:00

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