BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:00 A.M.) – Minutes ago, Iraqi state TV and Al-Sumaria TV reported that the U.S. Coalition targeted a convoy belonging to Hashd Al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilization Units) north of Baghdad.

According to report, the U.S. Coalition destroyed two vehicles belonging to Hashd Al-Shaabi inside the city of Taiji, killing several members of the paramilitary group.

No further details were released.

This latest attack comes just 24 hours after the U.S. Air Force targeted a vehicle carrying Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani and Hashd Al-Shaabi Deputy Commander Abu Mahdi Al-Mohandes.

 

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I see the U.S. is sticking firmly to its de-escalation plan.

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There is no de-escalation for Iraq and its coalisition. Its more a tranformation. The new Iraquí forces now can more and more things themselves and by that also learn more advanced things as well as fokus are facilities for them. ISIS still are there and others such as Iranians and the PMU are not under overment control for real – yet. Danes by that this takes home 180 non fighting soldiers and teachers but replace them with 215 others. Last year Danes a period was only 150, but the 30 extra was for improving bad logistics of all kind. Lets… Read more »

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These idiots are getting whacked without resistance. Unbelievable!

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That’s how you react if no opposition is found!