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10.09.2019 17:05 News >> Iraq: Dozens Killed, Wounded In Stampede In Karbala

Iraq: Dozens Killed, Wounded In Stampede In Karbala

Iraqi Health Ministry announces 16 people killed while a security source brings death toll at 31.

By Ibrahim Saleh BAGHDAD (AA) - The Iraqi Health Ministry said on Tuesday that at least 16 people were killed and 75 others wounded in a stampede during a religious ceremony in the southern province of Karbala."Sixteen people were killed and 75 others injured in the incident," Health Ministry spokesman Saif al-Bader said in a statement.Al-Bader pointed out that they fear the death toll may rise. A security source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Anadolu Agency that at least 31 people were killed and dozens injured in a walkway collapse during the Ashura ceremony in Karbala. -



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