Demonstrators in Iraq set fire to Consulate of Iran

Protesters in the Iraqi city of Kerbel on Sunday, May 9, tried to take the assault Consulate of Iran and set fire to throughput. According to eyewitnesses, security forces applied combat cartridges to overclock the demonstrators. At least 10 people were injured. This reports Deutsche Vell.

Protests broke out after killing an anti-government activist IHAB al-Vazney in Kerbel. One of the leaders of the national anti-corruption movement was shot by unknown on a motorcycle at their home.

Video surveillance cameras recorded the incident, the investigation is underway. Criminals will not be able to avoid the grip of justice, Iraq Mustafa al-Kazami Prime Minister assured.