Explore similar results starting at $25! View more
Add to Collection Add to Collection

Stock Footage

Timeline Of Iraq Protests 2019

Digital Only License
All Media License
License Options
1920x1080 @29.97fps / mp4 / 99.1MB / H.264
best price guarantee Best Price Guarantee

Found this item somewhere else at a lower price? We'll match it. More details here.

We are preparing your download. This process might take up to 2 minutes.
Add to Cart
Need custom pricing for your project?
Contact our team at +1 (855) 410-6789 or licenses@pond5.com


By Reuters

Iraqi protesters occupied part of a main bridge in Baghdad on November 16 that security forces had pushed them away from a week before. Demonstrators also occupied a tall building overlooking the bridge, taking new ground in the centre of the Iraqi capital after protests had appeared to lose momentum. BAGHDAD, IRAQ (FILE - NOVEMBER 16, 2019) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF PROTESTERS USING SLEDGE HAMMERS TO SMASH CONCRETE WALL ON SINAK BRIDGE PROTESTERS AT PARTIALLY-BROKEN BARRICADE PROTESTER STANDING ATOP BARRICADE WAVING IRAQI FLAG / PROTESTERS ON SINAK BRIDGE Protesters said they would not retreat from Baghdad's Ahrar Bridge on November 18, the day after regaining control over the third bridge leading to the city's fortified Green Zone. A number of protesters started dismantling concrete barricades built by security forces during the biggest wave of anti-government demonstrations in decades, while others marched in support of fellow demonstrators occupying the bridge. On November 16, Iraqi demonstrators reoccupied part of adjacent Sinak Bridge and a nearby tall building in Baghdad that security forces had pushed them away from a week before. They have held a third bridge, Jamhuriya, since October 25. BAGHDAD, IRAQ (FILE - NOVEMBER 18, 2019) (REUTERS) PROTESTERS GATHERED AROUND CONCRETE BARRICADE ON AHRAR BRIDGE LEADING TO BAGHDAD'S GREEN ZONE PROTESTERS JUMPING AND CHANTING BY BARRICADE ON THE BRIDGE VARIOUS OF PROTESTERS LYING ON BRIDGE GROUND COVERED IN BLANKETS Protesters burned tires blocking the road leading to the Shi'ite holy city of Najaf's airport on November 18, just a few hours after entry to Iraq's main commodities port of Umm Qasr was blocked again. Schools and government offices in many southern cities were shut in response to calls for a general strike. NAJAF, IRAQ (FILE - NOVEMBER 18, 2018) (REUTERS) YOUNG PROTESTER WEARING MASK MAKING VICTORY SIGN / BURNING TYRES BEHIND HIM YOUNG PROTESTERS DANCING AND CHEERING BY TIRES / PROTESTER FILMING WITH HIS MOBILE YOUNG PROTESTER DANCING STANDING ON MOTORCYCLE BY TIRES BURNING YOUNG PROTESTERS PLACING MORE TIRES ON FIRE

Additional Information

Item ID:
Alpha Matte:
Advanced Licensing Options
Alpha Channel:
Model Released:
Property Released:
Baghdad, Najaf, Nassiriya, Kerbala, Basra And Al Asad Air Base, Al Anbar Province, Iraq / Washington, D.c., United States, Iraq
Average Bitrate:
11.2 Mbps
Bit Depth:
Audio Channels:
Audio Format:
Audio Sample Rate: