Iraq unrest: Escalation of violence in Nasiriya

An exclusive report from Iraq, where Al Jazeera speaks to protesters who say they have been tortured by security forces.

    The southern Iraqi city of Nasiriya has seen some of the worst violence against anti-government demonstrators.

    As many as 96 people have been killed in the city since the beginning of October, 40 of them in a sudden two-day surge of unrest last week.

    In this exclusive report, Al Jazeera's Simona Foltyn meets survivors and protesters who say they have been tortured by security forces.


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