Tehran (IP) - Iran's Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) Ground Forces began a new round of missile attacks to hit the Kumaleh terrorist group's positions based in Iraq's Kurdistan Region.

Iran PressIran news: Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said on Wednesday they fired missiles and drones at militant targets in the Kurdish region of neighboring northern Iraq, where an official said nine people were killed.

The IRGC precision-guided missiles and suicide drones hit the main headquarters of Kumaleh, Democrat, and PAK (Kurdistan Freedom Party) terrorist outfits, which caused new damaged and casualties for them. 

The string of attacks on the terrorist outfits' positions began on September 24, as they tried to create unrest and insecurity in the border cities of Iran. 

IRGC's Hamzeh Seyed al-Shohada Base in West Azerbaijan Province in Northwestern Iran has launched artillery and drone attacks on the positions of terrorist outfits based in northern Iraq, media sources reported on Monday, September 26. 


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