At least 40 people have died in Iraq during a fresh wave of anti-government protests that descended into violence.
Two of the dead were reportedly hit by tear gas canisters fired by security forces in the capital Baghdad.
Reports say half of the victims were killed while trying to storm the offices of militia groups and the government.
Protesters are demanding more jobs, better public services and an end to corruption.
About 2,000 people were wounded in protests across the country, AFP quoted a security source as saying.
Similar protests earlier this month were brutally put down by security forces, leaving nearly 150 people dead.
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