The number of casualties in iraq has risen to 93 as the five days of protests continues against economic mismanagement, irregularities and poor conditions of country.
Protests that have begun from October 1 have turned into violent protests followed by the brutal use of force by security forces. The riots erupted in several cities, including the capital.
According to a foreign news agency, the Parliamentary Human Rights Commission has confirmed the death toll due to protests in cities has risen to 93 including Baghdad also injured more than 4,000 people.
Protests against government in Iraq continue, killing 46Iraqi security forces have so far arrested more than 500 protesters.
According to reports, 10 people were hit in head and abdomen in Baghdad yesterday, in which 4 were killed by unknown sniper, including 2 security forces personnel.
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, on the other hand, announced the curfew in Baghdad.
Meanwhile, after the worsening situation in Iraq, Bahrain has ordered its citizens to leave Iraq immediately, while Kuwait has also issued a travel advisory urging citizens to remain vigilant in traveling to Iraq