US and UK citizens were killed in Iraq, US air strike near Syrian border

BAGHDAD, (BM) – Two US citizens and one British citizen died in an attack on an American base in Iraq. It is reported by Reuters with reference to US representatives, learned

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It is noted that the dead were employees of the Taji military base north of Baghdad. In addition, another 12 people were injured. The interlocutors of the agency noticed that this is preliminary information, and later it may change.

The Iraqi military did not report casualties during the attack.

At the same time the US military attacked the Iraqi militia base, which is located near the border of Syria. It is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the Sky News Arabia television channel.

According to the channel, strikes are being carried out by American aircraft in the area of ​​al-Khuray village in the Anbar province of Iraq.

Syrian television also reports airstrikes near the Al-Bukemal checkpoint on the border of Syria and Iraq. It is noted that the result was material damage.

In February, at least five US troops died in shelling in Afghanistan. The US military carried out a joint operation with Afghan colleagues. As a result, also killed six soldiers of the armed forces of Afghanistan.


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