Middle East

Pro-paramilitary demonstrators flood Iraqi protest camp

An Iraqi actor gestures as he performs in a play representing the ongoing anti-government demonstrations, in Tahrir Square in the capital Baghdad, on December 3, 2019. As anti-government demonstrations in Iraq's capital and Shiite-majority south enter their third month, they are being turned into plays, paintings, poems and literature. Tahrir square has become an art hub, a rare space for free expression in a country where conservative tribes, paramilitary forces and powerful politicians have at

 

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