Five projectiles have reportedly landed in the vicinity of the US embassy in Baghdad, Iraq's capital on Sunday.
Millions of Iraqis thronged the streets to show their will and their word to the US, 'Leave Iraq'.
Millions of Iraqis took to the streets of Baghdad on Friday 24 January to take part in a "million-man march" calling for the US to end its military presence in Iraq and supporting a resolution ratified by the Iraqi Parliament.
With the massive anti-US rally of the Iraqi people held in Baghdad on Friday, Iraqi politician and cleric, Muqtada Al-Sadr issued a statement calling on US military forces to leave Iraq.
An exclusive video from Iran Press reporter shows millions of Iraqi protesters on Friday calling for the pullout of all US military forces from their homeland. 207
Millions of young and old Iraqis, men and women, throng the streets of Baghdad, chanting slogans in support of their country's independence and freedom, and calling for an end to US military presence in Iraq.
A spokesman for the Iraqi Hezbollah Brigades has said that if the US troops choose to stay in Iraq, the Iraqi people will consider 'other options'.
A new round of unrest has erupted in Iraq with signs that various special groups are behind the sometimes violent protests and turmoil.
Iraqi Demonstrators in the capital, Baghdad and several southern cities blockade major roads as anti-government rallies intensify again across the country.
At least one person was killed and seven wounded after three explosions hit the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, according to local media reports.