There was no immediate confirmation of the rockets’ origins, but anonymous US military officials quickly blamed Iran. Tehran had vowed “hard revenge” on Washington after last week’s drone strike that assassinated Quds Force head General Qassem Soleimani at the Baghdad international airport, along with several leaders of the Iraqi Shia militia.



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