Burning U.S. Convoys Fiesta In Iraq

   

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Published on Mar 30, 2021

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One of the most common occurrences in Iraq in 2021 is a US supply convoy being blown up by an IED.

On March 29th, three separate supply consignments were targeted. The first one took place in the Al Diwaniyah province in central Iraq.

The two other attacks were reported in the provinces of Dhi-Qar and Babil.

No casualties were reported however, only damage. No loss of human life is an important fact, due to the fact that the convoys are largely carried out by Iraqi contractors, since US forces no longer take part in logistics. The aim of the pro-Iranian groups that target the supplies is to force the US out of Iraq.

#USA #Iraq #Syria