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Rockets fall in Baghdad’s Green Zone, no injuries

Iraq's security media cell said the rockets were launched from al-Salaam neighborhood.
A member of the Iraqi security forces inspects the damage outside the Zawraa park in the capital Baghdad on November 18, 2020, after volley of rockets slammed into the Iraqi capital breaking a month-long truce on attacks against the US embassy. - According to the Iraqi military, four of the rockets landed in the high-security Green Zone, where the US embassy and other foreign missions are based.  Another three rockets also hit other parts of Baghdad, killing one girl and wounding five civilians. All seven r

Two rockets fell in Baghdad’s Green Zone, home to foreign embassies, on Monday. No casualties have been reported so far, according to Iraq’s military and the US-led coalition.

A third rocket landed in the nearby al-Harithiya neighborhood, just west of the Green Zone. The rockets’ launcher was found by Iraqi security forces in al-Salaam neighborhood southwest of the city’s center, Iraq’s Security Media Cell said.

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