Iran Launches Strikes in Northern Iraq and Syria: Late on Monday, Iran conducted multiple strikes on various locations in northern Iraq and Syria. Iran stated that it targeted spy headquarters in Erbil and positions of anti-Iranian terrorist groups. The Security Council of the Kurdistan Regional Government reported that four civilians were killed, and six others were injured in Iran’s attacks.

AP, Erbil (Iraq): Iran carried out strikes on several locations in northern Iraq and Syria late on Monday. Iran claimed to have targeted spy headquarters in Erbil and positions of anti-Iranian terrorist groups.

Casualties in Iranian Strikes The Security Council of the Kurdistan Regional Government stated in a release that four civilians were killed, and six others sustained injuries in Iran’s attacks. The missiles also landed near the U.S. consulate in Erbil. A U.S. defense official mentioned that no American facility was affected during these strikes.

Ballistic Missiles Target Erbil An Iraqi official reported that multiple ballistic missiles were fired at Erbil. An Iraqi militia officer aligned with Iran stated that ten missiles landed in the vicinity of the U.S. consulate. He claimed that these missiles were launched by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.

84 Lives Lost in Suicide Bombings Earlier this month, the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for two suicide bombings held during a ceremony honoring Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. The event, organized in his memory, resulted in the loss of 84 lives and injuries to 284 others.

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