Iraqi minister of defence says a missile fell near Taji camp causing no damage

CAIRO (Reuters) - Iraqi Defence Minister Najah al-Shammari said on Tuesday a missile fell near Taji camp but caused no damage.

Reuters October 29, 2019 05:11:53 IST
Iraqi minister of defence says a missile fell near Taji camp causing no damage

Iraqi minister of defence says a missile fell near Taji camp causing no damage

CAIRO (Reuters) - Iraqi Defence Minister Najah al-Shammari said on Tuesday a missile fell near Taji camp but caused no damage.

"Camp Taji is witnessing security stability, and there is no damage," he said in a statement, stressing the need for caution to preserve the safety of all those in the camp.

(Reporting by Ahmed Tolba; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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