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Protesters Leave Iraqi Parliament Building, But Vow to Return

Baghdad is largely back to normal after it teetered on the edge of political chaos. Anti-government protesters who had taken over the Iraqi parliament building disbanded in a mostly peaceful fashion as loud speaker announcements urged them to leave. On Saturday, protesters led by Shi’ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr crowded the streets in front of the country’s parliament and poured into the heavily secured Green Zone, or International Zone (IZ), which is home to the Iraqi government building...

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