US sanctions Iran-linked Iraqis over protest deaths
15 December 2019 | 11:47 am
Protesters in Baghdad have been targeted by unknown assailants, leaving 15 dead. Meanwhile, the US has imposed sanctions on three Iranian-linked Iraqi militia leaders for allegedly assisting efforts to thwart the unrest.
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