Global News 10/08/19 – Angry Iraqis demand new government, Syrian Kurds decry perceived American betrayal, and US companies are increasingly pressed by China over Hong Kong

Iraqi protesters speak with police in Baghdad's predominantly Shiite district of Sadr City on Oct. 7. Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images

Iraqi protesters speak with police in Baghdad's predominantly Shiite district of Sadr City on Oct. 7. Ahmad Al-Rubaye/AFP/Getty Images

This Tuesday, angry Iraqis demand new government; Syrian Kurds see American betrayal and warn fight against ISIS now in doubt; US companies being increasingly pressured by China; witness in Trump-Ukraine ordered not to speak in impeachment inquiry; and sea level rise destroys forests along the East Coast.