Curfews in Baghdad
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4 October 2019
We cross to Baghdad as a government-imposed curfew fails to curb violent protests. Plus: Kosovo heads to the polls, New York trials car-free days and a sneak peek at new luxury retailer The Row.
4 October 2019
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