• Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

  • Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

    Iraqi Red Crescent teams continue to work in the field to rescue and transport the injured during the protest

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