A huge protest against corruption in Iraq turned violent on Saturday.
Demonstrators demanding electoral reform tried to force their way into Baghdad’s heavily-fortified Green Zone, which houses government offices and embassies.
As well as tear gas, rubber bullets were reportedly fired by security forces in clashes that left several people injured and at least one police officer dead.
“We demand a change of government,” said one protester, Ali al-Saddi.
Footage shows demonstrators fleeing the scene.