The services added in a statement that no people had been killed, or injured in the incident.
Further details of the attack remain unknown.
— Ahmad Algohbary (@AhmadAlgohbary) December 11, 2019
In the early hours of Monday, two other rockets fell near the Baghdad International Airport in a similar incident. The attack left six Iraqi servicemen injured.
— Steven nabil (@thestevennabil) December 8, 2019
Four 122 mm rockets landed inside Baghdad airport last night and U.S. military officials blame Iran and its proxy forces for the attack.
5 Iraqi soldiers wounded by shrapnel, no American troops hurt.
There have been 9 rocket attacks in Iraq where U.S. troops based since Oct
— Lucas Tomlinson (@LucasFoxNews) December 9, 2019
Street protests continue in the Iraqi capital and other regions of the country, as citizens demand the government’s resignation, economic reforms, improved living standards and social welfare and an end to corruption.
The demonstrations started in early October.
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