Iran Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Missile Attack Drone Strikes In Iraq Kurdistan Region 13 People Died

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Iran Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Missile Attack Drone Strikes In Iraq Kurdistan Region 13 People Died

Missile Attack in Iraq: Iran has launched a missile attack in Iraq. Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has carried out a missile and drone strike in the northeast Kurdistan region of Iraq. According to the report of the news agency AFP, 13 people died in this attack. Along with this, 58 people are said to be injured in this action by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps Ground Force targeted some positions of a separatist group in the north of Iraq with missiles and suicide drones, according to Iran’s state-run IRNA news agency and broadcaster.

Iran attacked in Iraq

The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said in a statement on state television, “Unless the terrorist groups’ bases are eliminated, the threat cannot be effectively ruled out,” Aljazeera reported. Do not accept the responsibilities. Action will continue with our full determination. According to the AFP report quoting news agency ANI, 13 people have been reported dead in this attack.

America condemned the attack

Iranian officials have accused Iranian-Kurdish separatists based in northern Iraq of being involved in protests in Iran that have killed dozens. According to the information, Iranian drone strikes targeted a military camp, homes, offices and other areas around Koya. On the other hand, the US has condemned the Iranian attacks, saying that it is an attack on the sovereignty of Iraq and its people.

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