At least 10 people were killed, and 172 more were wounded in recent days:
In Baghdad, ongoing clashes at the Ahrar and Sinak Bridges left four dead. Four more demonstrators were killed later. At least 90 people were wounded. Separately, a bomb killed one policeman and wounded six more.
The Iraqi Independent High Commission for Human Rights (IHCHR) reported that nine protesters died and 135 more were wounded from November 16-20. That’s one more fatality and 76 more injured than previously reported. Two people were killed in Dhi Qar province, and another was killed in Basra. The rest of the casualties occurred in Baghdad. The Iraqi government stopped readily releasing casualty figures after the numbers topped 320 dead and 15,000 wounded since the beginning of October.
A militiaman was killed during an attack in the Hamrin basin.