A barrage of rockets hit a base housing U.S. and other coalition troops north of Baghdad, Iraqi security officials said Saturday, just days after a similar attack killed three three servicemen, including two Americans.
Iraq's Balad air base was hit by a rocket once again on Sunday, January 13. According to sources, 4 Iraqi soldiers were injured as the base hosting US soldiers came under attack late Sunday night.
Iran conducted an air strike at around 3:30 AM on Wednesday killing atleast 80 American terrorists!!! The country launched two missiles on the US troops base Ain al-Asad in Iraq.
The government on Wednesday issued a travel advisory, asking citizens to avoid non-essential travel to Iraq in view of prevailing situation in the Gulf country.
Iranian Revolutionary Guards on Wednesday threatened to attack the US and its allies after Tehran said it carried out a night-time missile strike against US forces in Iraq.
US President Donald Trump, in his first reaction after Iran's missile attack on two American bases in Iraq, insisted that "all is well" and promised to make a statement to the nation on Wednesday morning (local time).
Oil prices spiked on Wednesday and Tokyo stocks plunged as investors took fright at escalating tensions between the United States and Iran after Tehran launched missile attacks on US forces in Iraq.
A total of 32 German soldiers based in Camp Taji near Baghdad were flown by a military transporter A400m to the al-Azraq airforce base in Jordan, the German military said in a statement.