Two rockets hit Baghdad Green Zone, a day after Iran missile attacks

Two rockets hit the Green Zone in Iraq’s capital of Baghdad a day after Tehran launched ballistic missiles at Iraqi bases housing American and other coalition forces, in retaliation for the killing of its top general Qasem Soleimani, according to reports on Wednesday.

The Iraqi military said in a statement that two Katyusha rockets fell inside the Green Zone, causing no casualties.

Reuters reported that at least one rocket landed close to the US embassy.

As at the time of this report, The White House and Pentagon are yet to comment on this new development.

The rockets were fired several hours after President Donald Trump declared that Iran appeared to be standing down from military conflict with the U.S.

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