Iraqi protesters in the southern city of Nasiriya demolished offices of Shi'ite parties with bulldozers on Saturday (August 22).
Heavy machinery tore down the offices of two Iran-backed outfits, the Daawa Party and the Badr Organization, according to local media.
Some buildings were leveled to the ground as protesters chanted slogans and posed in front of the debris.
Friday (August 21) saw protesters set fire to parliament's local office in Basra.
Demonstrators had gathered to demand that Iraq's parliament sack the provincial governor, after two activists were killed and others wounded in three separate attacks by unknown gunmen this week.
Security forces opened fire while the protesters lobbed petrol bombs.
Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi sacked the Basra police and national security chiefs on Monday (August 17) and ordered an investigation into the violence.
That calmed protesters until the killing of prominent women's activist Reham Yacoub brought them back out on the streets.
Kadhimi took office in May, in a chaotic 10-week period that followed months of deadly protests in the country, which has been exhausted by decades of sanctions, war, corruption and economic challenges.