Several rockets were fired towards the U.S. embassy in Baghdad

BAGHDAD, (BM) – A number of rockets were fired towards the U.S. embassy in Baghdad this morning, resulting in an two explosions near the diplomatic mission, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

According to early reports, at least two rockets landed inside the Green Zone, but no casualties were reported.

No group has claimed responsibility for this latest attack.

This new attack in the Green Zone marks the third time in the past ten days that rockets have targeted this area inside Baghdad.

BulgarianMilitary.com recalls that on june 16 a missile attack was reportedly at an Iraqi military base that is hosting the U.S. Armed Forces.

According to the sources then, at least two Katyusha missiles had targeted the an near the Baghdad Airport, causing a brief explosion in the process.

On June 11 also Baghdad’s Green Zone went under rocket fire on Wednesday evening. According to the local television station, the rocket fell near the headquarters of the joint operations command of the Iraqi armed forces. There is no data on victims and victims.

Immediately after the shelling, the security forces began to search for the place from which the launch had been made, and found that a rocket aimed at the American embassy was launched near the People’s Stadium

Background

Terrorist acts in Iraq using explosives and firearms. Attacks accompanied by a large number of victims are carried out against the civilian population, law enforcement officers, and diplomatic missions of other states.

Islamic State or ISIS are responsible for some of the attacks. A common tactic is to undermine mined cars, as well as suicide bombings. Explosions are heard in mosques, markets, restaurants, during the funeral.

By the number of terrorist acts, Iraq is one of the hottest spots in the world. More than 40,000 people died from the attacks.

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