Iran-US Tension: 2 rockets fired in Green Zone of Iraqi capital Baghdad after Iranian missile attack: Following the death of Qasim Sulemani, another attack has been reported amidst tensions in Iran and the US. Two rockets have been fired into the Green Zone of Baghdad, the capital of Iraq.
The news agency AFP has given this information by quoting security force sources. Explain that the Green Zone of Baghdad is the area where government agencies and embassies of all countries are located. Iran had earlier attacked two US military bases in Iraq.
Iraqi military says two Katyusha rockets fell inside Baghdad's Green Zone, no casualties: Reuters https://t.co/W3O9KjZLWq
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The Iraqi military said two rockets were fired into the Green Zone of Baghdad. There is no information of any casualties in this attack. However, according to local media, these rockets were fired near the US Embassy. However, it is not yet clear who carried out the attack and how many have died in this attack. At present, the impact of Iran-US conflict is being seen in Iraq.
The rocket firing in the Iraqi capital took place just 24 hours after the Iranian attack. The day before, Iran targeted two US military bases in Iraq and fired more than a dozen missiles. Iran’s crackdown on US military bases comes after Suleimani’s death. While Iran claimed that 80 US soldiers were killed in this attack, Donald Trump said that his soldiers were not harmed in this attack.