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A roadside bomb targets a convoy of the Coalition in Babel

Category: Iraq News

Date: 2021-03-21T09:25:13+0000
A roadside bomb targets a convoy of the Coalition in Babel

Shafaq News/ A blast from a planted explosive device hit a convoy of the US-led Global coalition in Babel governorate, a security source revealed today, Sunday.

The source told Shafaq News agency that the explosion targeted a supply convoy of the Coalition on Babel highway, without causing casualties.

Observers believe that Iran-backed Iraqi factions orchestrate these nearly daily attacks against the convoys of the US-led Coalition in Iraq.

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