Two Katyusha rockets were fired on Tuesday at a military base of American soldiers near Iraq's capital Baghdad. An official of the Ministry of Internal Affairs gave this information. On the condition of anonymity, a soldier told the news agency Xinhua that the attack took place in the evening when two rockets fell on an al-Taji military base about 20 kilometers from Baghdad. Some American soldiers were staying here.
The official said that at the moment there was no news of any casualties.
Currently, no organization has claimed responsibility for the attack. The attack comes days after a statement by Kais al-Khajali, leader of the Iran-backed Iraqi Shia militia Asaab Ahl al-Haq, in which he said that Iran's initial response to the death of the Iranian military commander had arrived, and Iraq The time has come to respond to the US airstrike.
More than 5,000 US troops are stationed in Iraq to assist the Iraqi army in the fight against Islamic State militants.
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