Multiple missiles were fired at two military bases in Iraq where US-led coalition forces and foreign contract workers live. This information was given by the officials and army related to Iraq’s security system.
Baghdad. Multiple missiles were fired at two military bases in Iraq where US-led coalition forces and foreign contract workers live. This information was given by the officials and army related to Iraq’s security system. The Iraqi military said in a statement that three rockets were fired on Wednesday targeting Balad airbase in northern Baghdad, although no casualties were reported. Foreign workers working on contract live here. Hours later, a missile struck a military base near Baghdad airport, two officials associated with Iraq’s security system said.
However, it is not yet clear whether the blast was caused by a rocket or a drone strike. One official said they heard two rockets, while another said preliminary findings indicated it was a drone strike and a coalition army trailer caught fire after the attack.
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There have been no casualties in the accident. No one claimed responsibility for the attack, but US officials have repeatedly accused Iran-backed Iraqi rebel groups of carrying out such attacks.
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