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Rockets hit Ain al-Asad airbase in Iraq

Posted 3 March 2021 · Add Comment

At least 10 rockets targeted Ain al-Asad airbase in Western Iraq hosting U.S troops, coalition, and Iraqi forces this morning.

 

It is currently not known if there were any casualties.

 

Iraqi military released a statement saying the attack did not cause significant losses and that security forces had found the launch pad used for the missiles.

 

It was the first attack since the US said it had targeted Iran-aligned militia positions along the Iraq-Syria border on February 26.

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