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Iraqi protesters set fire to political party offices in Muthanna province

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019 ()
Protesters set fire to offices belonging to a Shi'ite political party and a Shi'ite militia group in Iraq's southern Muthanna province on Friday, police sources said.
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