Explosion targets an international coalition convoy in Iraq

An explosion targeted an international coalition convoy in the north of Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

Iran PressMiddle East: An explosion targeted a US-led coalition convoy north of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, a security source reported.

The source added that an explosive device exploded on Sunday evening, targeting a convoy of the International Coalition near Al-Taji camp, north of the capital, Baghdad, as the International Coalition had stated that their forces and US forces would withdraw from Al-Taji military base north Baghdad on Sunday, Iraqi Alghadeer TV network reported.

Furthermore, an explosive device planted by unidentified individuals, targeted on Saturday, a convoy of the International Coalition in the Ghazaliya area, west of Baghdad.

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