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2 Rockets Fired Into Baghdad Green Zone

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2 Rockets Fired Into Baghdad Green Zone

2 Rockets Fired Into Baghdad Green Zone

It is not clear who fired the rockets, but the incident comes just hours after Iran seemed to be standing down on future attacks.

CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot has all the latest developments.

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