Two American soldiers were killed during a mission in Iraq

BAGHDAD, (BM) – Two US troops died during a mission in Iraq. This was announced on Monday by the Iraqi television channel Al Sumaria, citing a statement by a representative of the Central Command of the US Armed Forces, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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According to reports, “two US troops were killed last night during a mission in the north central region of Iraq.”

It is noted that “the US military accompanied Iraqi soldiers in a joint operation to destroy the militant belonging to the Islamic State terrorist group (IS, banned in the Russian Federation).”

It is also indicated that several Iraqi soldiers were killed during the mission.

Details of the special operation in central Iraq are not given.

Recall on February 16 the Iraqi K1 air base in Kirkuk in the north of the country, used by US forces, was rocket attcked. According to Al Arabiya television station, after hitting two Katyusha rockets in the sky, American planes were raised above the base.

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