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Sadr Supporters Occupy Iraqi Parliament For Second Time in Days


Supporters of Iraqi cleric Moqtada Sadr have breached Baghdad’s heavily fortified “Green Zone” and occupied parliament for the second time in three days. Brandishing pictures of the firebrand cleric, they occupied the the legislative chamber to protest selection of a consensus nominee for prime minister following months of uncertainty. They initially massed at the end of a bridge leading to the Green Zone before tearing down concrete barriers protecting it and ran inside. Security forces had fired tear gas near an entrance to the district, home to foreign embassies and other government buildings as well as parliament.     State-run…

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