Iran targets US military, 80 dead, many injured
Iran targets US military, 80 dead, many injured

Tehran: Iran has recently fired more than a dozen missiles at 2 US military bases in Iraq. At the same time, it has been said that the Pentagon said that Iran targeted the airbase in Irbil and Al-Assad and Irbil area where the US Army and its allied forces are staying. After this attack, US President Donald Trump said that information is being collected about the losses and casualties. At the same time, it is being said that quoting Iranian media, news agency ANI has said in its tweet that 80 people have died in Iran's latest missile attacks. On the other hand, the Iraqi army has said that no casualties were reported in the attack.

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According to information from sources, Trump has held a meeting with the National Security Team, which was attended by Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo and Defense Minister Mark Esper. As far as the meeting has not been officially confirmed by the US. According to the White House, President Trump discussed the issue of Iraq and Iran with Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Haddam Al Thani. Not only this, but Trump also called German Chancellor Angela Merkel and discussed the security situation in West Asia and Libya.

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President Trump has expressed grief on the latest attack on the whereabouts of American forces. The White House has said in its statement that the US President is keeping a close watch on the situation. It has been said that Trump has been informed about the Iran attack. At the same time, US President Trump has said that all is well. Iran has carried out missile attacks on two military bases in Iraq. The number of casualties in the attack is being assessed. Where we have the most powerful army in the world. At the same time, he further says that I will give a statement tomorrow morning.

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