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Protesters broke into Iraq’s southern Nassiriya oil field on Saturday and forced employees to cut off electricity from its control station, taking the field offline until further notice, a security source and two oil sources said.

The oil field produces 90,000 barrels a day of crude. Protesters chanted “no homeland, no oil,” as they forced its closure, the sources said.

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