BAGHDAD, Oct 1 (KUNA) - At least 28 people were injured in protests in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad on the third anniversary of the October, said Iraqi security media Saturday.
In a statement, the Iraqi security authorities affirmed that nine civilians and 19 officers and security service members who were assigned to protecting the demonstrators were injured in today's protests.
Earlier today, hundreds of Iraqis demonstrated in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad on the third anniversary of the October protests amid tight security.
Iraq witnessed on October 2019 the largest protests in the country forcing the government of the former Prime Minister Adel AbdulMahdi to resign. (pickup previous)