There have been several attacks since Iran's retaliatory attack against U.S. forces.Full Story
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Despite initially saying no service members were hurt, Captain Bill Urban, spokesman for U.S. Central Command confirmed it Thursday.
The political leader calls on Iraqis to march peacefully against the presence of U.S. troops.
"This [killing of the two reporters] wasn't a one-off incident. Journalists have been and will continue to be targeted to silence them," journalist Shihab Ahmed told Al Jazeera.
A new attack on an Iraqi military base was reported on Sunday when several rockets hit the air force site in the Salah Al-Deen province.
The Trump administration fuels tensions in the Middle East by imposing new economic sanctions against Iran and refusing to withdraw its troops from Iraq.
The U.S. President also mocked Democratic lawmakers who questioned his decision to carry out a military attack without consulting Congress.
This would be the first attack in U.S. controlled territory since last night's Iranian missile attack.
Danish Prime Minister Mettle Frederiksen said that 30 to 40 of Denmark’s 130 troops at the base would remain and the rest would go to Kuwait.
The U.S. President announced more "powerful sanctions" to force the Persian nation to change its international behavior.