At least two Iraqi protesters were killed during an anti-government protest in Baghdad, on Monday, after security forces reportedly used tear gas and live ammunition against demonstrators to clear roads.
Footage shows protesters occupying the street between Tayaran Square and the Mohamed Al Qasim expressway, while smoke is billowing in the distance.
According to reports, protesters took to the streets of Baghdad in an attempt to block major roads, as they hit the one-week deadline they gave the government to act on their reform demands.
Unrest in Iraq began in October, amid anger over corruption and economic inequality. Over 400 protesters have been killed and thousands more injured during demonstrations.