Rockets fired in Iraq's safest area

Two Katyusha rockets have been attacked in the safe green zone of Iraq's capital Baghdad. Where this information has been reported by the media recently. Targeting Iraq's Green Zone is also important because it has all government buildings, including the U.S. Embassy.  It has been revealed that a rocket has been destroyed with the help of the C-RAM defense system. While the other fell in the area in which two cars have been damaged.

No reports of any loss have been reported at the moment. It is also said that security forces have launched an operation to locate the launch site of the rocket. The Green Zone hosts foreign embassies, including the U.S. Embassy and government buildings. It has been a constant target of rockets fired by groups that U.S. and Iraqi officials say are 'Iran-backed'.

Three rockets were fired in July: Before which three rockets were also fired at the U.S. Embassy in July. The army had reported the attack. In addition to Iraq, U.S. targets in Syria are also constantly targeted. The attacks are being carried out as a response to US airstrikes on terrorist and militia targets. In March, at least 10 rockets were fired at a military airport in western Iraq with the presence of U.S.-led coalition forces. This was reported by the coalition and Iraqi forces.

There have been rocket attacks in the past: Where it has been revealed that coalition spokesman Colonel Wayne Marotto has said that rockets were fired at 7.20 am at Anbar province's An al-Assad military airport. The Iraqi army said in a statement that there was no major damage in the attack and that the launch pad used by the security forces for the missiles has been detected. An Iraqi army official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the rockets were found in the Al-Baghdadi area of Anbar.

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