80 ‘American terrorists’ killed in Iran missile attack in Iraq: Iran State Media

Iranian state television said on Wednesday that at least 80 “American terrorists” were killed in attacks involving 15 missiles Tehran launched on U.S. targets in Iraq, adding that none of the missiles were intercepted. More than dozen rockets of unknown type on Wednesday hit the Al Asad airbase in central Iraq, where numerous US troops are stationed.

New Delhi, Jan 8: Iranian state television said on Wednesday that at least 80 “American terrorists” were killed in attacks involving 15 missiles Tehran launched on U.S. targets in Iraq, adding that none of the missiles were intercepted.

Iran had 100 other targets in the region in its sights if Washington took any retaliatory measures, State TV stated. It also said U.S. helicopters and military equipment were “severely damaged”.

Pentagon confirms Iran struck US forces in Iraq

More than dozen rockets of unknown type on Wednesday hit the Al Asad airbase in central Iraq, where numerous US troops are stationed, in what appears to be the first retaliatory strike by Iran in the wake of the US drone strike that killed Iranian Quds Force commander Gen. Qasem Soleimani last week in Baghdad.

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