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100 Dead, 5,500 Wounded in Iraq protest


At least 100 people have died and more than 5,000 injured since anti-government demonstrations resumed in Iraq on October 24, a national rights commission said Wednesday.
   

   
The Iraqi Human Rights Commission said a majority of the dead were civilians suffocated by tear gas, or who sustained trauma wounds from tear gas canisters or were shot dead.

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It could not immediately provide a breakdown of where and when the victims had died.

AFP

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