PM Al-Kazemi: We are discussing with an American team a final formula for withdrawing the forces

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27 November 2020
Iraqi military said total of 7 rockets were fired, 4 landed inside the Green Zone and 3 outside of it. One female child killed and 5 others were wounded. All civilians
A US official said US personnel moved to shelters as rockets were fired on the Green Zone in Baghdad. The US has yet to complete a damage assessment
Al-Kazemi: There is pressure to release detainees accused of corruption
PM Al-Kazemi: Everyone called for fighting corruption, and some protested the arrest of suspects
PM Al-Kazemi: We are discussing with an American team a final formula for withdrawing the forces
Images of some damage and shrapnel from tonights rocket attack in Baghdad, Iraq
A missile launcher mounted on a white Kia carrying vehicle that targeted the Green Zone in central Baghdad
Security Media Cell says 4 rockets were fired at Baghdad's Green Zone from Ameen al-Thaniya neighborhood
Iran backed Ashab Al Kahf militia group announced the adoption for targeting US embassy in Iraq. They added that the attack was because of detaining 3 members of group near Fallouja southern Baghdad, yesterday
Video of the US embassy defenses confronting the missiles fired at the Green Zone in Baghdad
Katyusha rockets fell inside the Green Zone in Baghdad, targeting the American embassy
Bursts were fired from the Ceram system after a number of rockets landed in the vicinity of the US embassy in Baghdad
At least 4 rockets fired at US Embassy in Baghdad, comes after US acting defense secretary announces partial withdrawal of US forces from Iraq
Missiles fall near the US embassy in Baghdad
Iraqi security officials say two Katyusha rockets hit inside Baghdad's fortified Green Zone near U.S. Embassy
Rockets target US embassy in Iraq, one month into truce: security source
Acting Secretary of Defense Miller praises President Trump's "bold leadership" in his speech announcing major troop cuts in Afghanistan and Iraq that will be carried out days before President-elect Biden takes office. His predecessors rarely offered such public praise
Acting US Secretary of Defense: The decision to withdraw forces confirms President Trump's courageous leadership
"By January 15th 2021 our forces, their size in Afghanistan, will be 2,500 troops," announces the acting @DeptofDefense secretary, Christopher Miller, adding also a reduction to 2,500 troops in Iraq
New Acting SecDef Miller makes it official: U.S. military to drawdown forces in Afghanistan and Iraq by January 15, 2021. U.S. forces will be cut by roughly half in Afghanistan to 2,500 and by 500 troops in Iraq to 2,500, Miller says at the Pentagon
PM Al-Kazemi: There is cooperation from some parties to limit weapons to the state
PM Al-Kazemi: There is pressure to prevent the prosecution of those involved in corruption in Iraq
1 week ago
Kurdish media: Turkey carried out an operation in northern Iraq targeting a PKK official
1 week ago
İrfan Akcan, Sinjar customs officer, member PKK, who was wanted by Turkey in the gray category in the operation carried out by the MIT in northern Iraq, was killed
1 week ago
Iraqi Intelligence: 3 suicide bombers were arrested in Nineveh Governorate
1 week ago
The Iraqi army: an airstrike against ISIS sites in Khanaqin, Diyala Governorate
US military commanders are anticipating that a formal order will be given by President Trump as soon as this week to begin a further withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan and Iraq. (CNN)
US military commanders are anticipating that a formal order will be given by Trump as soon as this week to begin a further reduction of US troops to just 2,500 in Afghanistan and 2,500 in Iraq before Trump leaves office. @barbarastarrcnn reports
Police sources confirmed to AFP that President Barham Salih had signed off on Monday's executions
Iraq executes 21 people convicted of "terrorism" at Nasiriyah prison - AFP
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