Iraqi Security forces and protesters are separated by barbed wire during a protest outside the Iraqi parliament in Baghdad, Iraq August 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)
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More than 100 relatives of Iraqi soldiers abducted by ISIS fighters broke into parliament armed with sticks, metal bars and stones Tuesday, demanding news of their loved ones, witnesses said.The crowd, mostly from Iraq's Shiite majority, smashed some equipment, assaulted at least two staff members they mistook for lawmakers and were refusing to leave the building, said officials inside. Instead, ISIS took them and later reported it had killed 1,700 soldiers, posting pictures of corpses online.
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