Iraq had its calmest night since anti-government protests began more than a week ago over corruption and unemployment. At least 110 people have been killed and more than 6,000 wounded, in the capital Baghdad and the south, since the security forces started cracking down on the demonstrators. Much of the unrest has been at night, but on Wednesday morning there were no reports of serious violence overnight. The security forces pressed on with their crackdown, arresting protesters after nightfall on Tuesday in eastern and northwestern parts of Baghdad, police sources told Reuters. Police carried recent photographs of protesters to identify and arrest them, the sources said. Iraq’s semi-official High Commission for Human Rights also said about 500 people had been released from the […]