Iraq shakes! Prime Minister Kadimi survived a drone attack, an assassination attempt

Baghdad: The residence of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Qadimi (Mustafa al-Kadhimi survivor of the assassination) was attacked by an armed drone early Sunday. The prime minister was not injured in the attack. Officials said it was safe. The attack heightened tensions over Iran-backed rebels’ rejection of last month’s parliamentary election result.

According to officials, at least seven Iraqis were killed and dozens more injured in a bomb explosion near the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. Immediately after the attack, Prime Minister al-Qadimi tweeted that the treacherous missile would not shake the morale and morale of the heroic security forces. I am healed and among your people. Thank goodness Al Qadimi tweeted.

The bomber hit a US military base shortly after noon. Al-Qadhimi was unharmed and is in a stable condition, the government said. Baghdad residents heard explosions and gunfire from the “green zone,” where foreign embassies and government offices are located. It was part of an assassination attempt when the prime minister’s residence was attacked by an explosives-laden drone. The government announced in a statement that the necessary steps have now been taken in terms of security.

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It wasn’t immediately clear who was behind the attack and no one took responsibility. The incident occurred during an ongoing clash between security forces and pro-Iranian Shiite rebels. Shiite rebels have rejected the results of the Iraqi parliamentary elections and have been out of the “green zone” for almost a month.

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