Syrian and Iraqi bases housing U.S. troops attacked on anniversary of Soleimani strike; none killed

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(Worthy News) – Bases housing U.S. forces across Iraq and Syria were attacked Wednesday as part of a series of assaults that began Monday on the two-year anniversary of the American airstrike that killed Iranian general Qassim Soleimani. No Americans were killed in the Wednesday strikes, according to reports.

Two armed drones heading toward a Baghdad facility with U.S. advisors were shot down Monday. The following day, two more armed drones were “destroyed” after they targeted an Iraqui military base with U.S. troops, The Associated Press (AP) reports.

Wednesday’s attacks targeted two Iraqi military bases hosting U.S. service members near Anbar province and Baghdad. U.S.-led coalition troops were forced to take shelter due to the barrage in Anbarm, AP stated. In Syria, eight rounds caused minor damage to a base housing Syrian forces backed by the U.S. No casualties have been reported. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]

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