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Three killed in protest outside Iran consulate in Karbala

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Three killed in protest outside Iran consulate in KarbalaThree protesters have been shot dead during a violent demonstration outside the Iranian Consulate in the Iraqi holy city of Karbala, police officials have said. Iraq has seen mass protests in the capital and across the mostly Shiite south in recent days that are fuelled by economic grievances and directed at the government and powerful political parties. The protesters have increasingly directed their anger at Iran, which has close ties to the government, Shiite political factions and paramilitary groups. Iraqi...

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