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Iran launches missiles into U.S. air base in Iraq

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Iran launches missiles into U.S. air base in Iraq

Iran launches missiles into U.S. air base in Iraq

Ten rockets have reportedly hit an airbase in Iraq that houses U.S. troops early on Wednesday morning.

Iran has claimed credit for the rocket launches.

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