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Iraq protesting: Your views

Iraqi demonstrators across Iraq, including Baghdad, are decrying improved government services, better pay and an end to corruption - eight years after the US-led invasion toppled the late Saddam Hussein. The biggest of the rallies was in 17 cities where 16 people were killed and a 130 wounded.  Will Iraqis see an improvement in their daily lives?  What should the government do to ensure this? Will stability be restored to Iraq? Send us your views.

Published: 25 Mar 2011 10:22 GMT
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