Iraq protests: Tuk-tuk drivers making an impact

During unprecedented protests, the tuk-tuks of Tahrir Square area have become a welcome sight.

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    Since protests began in Iraq last month, a small vehicle has been making a major impact.

    Tuk-tuk drivers have been transporting injured activists and medical supplies to hospitals.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim spoke to the young men behind the handlebars that are showing their defiance against the government and a new sense of civic duty.


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