Iran's Revenge: Missile Strike at US Military Base (#IranAttacks)

US-Iran tensions have escalated after Iranian military chief Qasim Sulaimani was killed in a US airstrike.

In response to the US attack, Iran fired more than a dozen missiles at two US security bases in Iraq, the media reported.

More than a dozen missiles have been fired at two US security bases in Iraq's Irbil and al-Assad cities, the US Defense Ministry said.

US President's Office White House spokesman Stephanie Grisham said in a statement, "Aber has been attacked in the US military base in Iraq. The president has been told about the situation. We are monitoring this situation and consulting with the National Security Team. '

In a statement issued to Iran's government news agency, Irna, the Revolutionary Guard said, "We are warning the US and its allies that if there is an attack against Iran, we will target it."

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The first attack was at a US military base in Al-Assad, followed by an attack on Irbil.

Iranian government media have reported that the attack was revenge for Suleimani's murder. Suleimani was killed by a drone strike in Baghdad on Friday at the behest of US President Donald Trump.

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