‘Turkish Restaurant Building’ becomes symbolic landmark for Iraqi demonstrators
BAGHDAD, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 02: Volunteer health care members help injurIraqi demonstrators inside the 14-storey abandoned building that generally called generally called as “Turkish restaurant building” among Iraqi people, during anti-government protests at Tahrir Square in Baghdad, Iraq on November 02, 2019. ‘Turkish Restaurant Building’ becomes symbolic and strategically landmark for Iraqi demonstrators for their security. The structure has been abandoned when it was bombed by the U.S.-led forces in their invasion in 2003. But it has now been taken over from security forces by demonstrators since October 25. Iraqi demonstrators hang a giant Iraqi flag and posters of those who were killed in protests.