Rockets fall inside Baghdad's Green Zone, no casualties, police sources say

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Katyusha rockets landed in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone, Iraqi police sources said on Tuesday. Sirens blasted from the U.S. embassy inside the zone, which houses government buildings and foreign missions.

Reuters November 18, 2020 02:11:18 IST
Rockets fall inside Baghdad's Green Zone, no casualties, police sources say

Rockets fall inside Baghdads Green Zone no casualties police sources say

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Katyusha rockets landed in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone, Iraqi police sources said on Tuesday.

Sirens blasted from the U.S. embassy inside the zone, which houses government buildings and foreign missions. One security source said at least four rockets were fired and some of them landed near the U.S. embassy.

(Reporting by Ahmed Rasheed; editing by Jonathan Oatis)

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