Iraq’s prime minister has addressed the nation over the turmoil gripping the country, calling on protesters to go home and saying their demands have been heard.
Iraqi PM addresses the nation, urges protesters to go home
Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi says that the security measures imposed in the wake of this week’s violence are like “bitter medicine” that has to be swallowed.
The Associated Press, Baghdad
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