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>> Cleaning up after two days of deadly clashes in Iraq's southern city Basra, as protesters recover in hospital. This been the scene here for days. Five protesters were killed and 16 more injured, 22 members of the security forces were also wounded, some by a hand grenade. It's some of the worst unrest seen here during months of demonstrations.
Iraqi Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, ordering an investigation into the deaths. But it's not clear if he'll manage to get a grip on the root of the problem. People living in the south have a long list of gripes. Abadi suspended the electricity minister last month, saying last week that his government have began punishing those responsible for poor services in Iraq's second biggest city.
While it may be the part of the country that produces most of its oil wealth, Basra's residents argue they'd never know it. They say infrastructure has been allowed to collapse, making even the water undrinkable.