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Protesters Have Been Killed by Iraqi Security Forces; 15 Palestinians Detained by Israeli Soldiers

PANAGYURISHTE, (BM) – Your briefly report on November 4 in last twelve hours from BulgarianMilitary.com:

Iraqi security forces kill at least 5 protesters in Baghdad – Reuters witness

Iraqi security forces opened fire on protesters in Baghdad on Monday, killing at least five, a Reuters witness said.

Reuters video showed security forces shooting one protester dead with live ammunition. A Reuters cameraman said he saw at least four other people get killed.

Israel detains 15 Palestinians in West Bank raids

Israeli forces have detained 15 Palestinians in overnight raids carried out across the occupied West Bank, according to the Israeli army.

The Israeli military said in a Monday statement that the individuals had been arrested for “suspected involvement in popular terror activities”, without elaborating about the nature of these alleged activities.

The Israeli army carries out frequent arrest campaigns across the West Bank — including occupied East Jerusalem — on the pretext of searching for “wanted” Palestinians.

According to Palestinian figures, roughly 5,700 Palestinians — including numerous women and children — are currently languishing in Israeli detention facilities.

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Source: Reuters, MEMO

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