Iran launches deadly missile, drone strikes on exiled Kurds in Iraq

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Iran launched cross-border missile and drone strikes Monday against Kurdish opposition groups based in northern Iraq, where local authorities reported one death and eight wounded.

An Iranian military source confirmed that “Iran has carried out attacks with drones and missiles targeting the headquarters of terrorist parties in the northern region of Iraq,” Iran’s Fars news agency reported.

Tariq Al-Haidari, mayor of Koysanjaq in Kurdish Iraq, told AFP that “five Iranian missiles targeted a building used by the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran.”—AFP

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