Blinken expressed outrage over missile attack in Iraqi Kurdistan

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken expressed outrage at the missile attack in Iraqi Kurdistan, which led to casualties.

In a statement, Blinken indicated that initial reports indicate that the attack killed one civilian contractor and injured several coalition members, including one American soldier and several contractors.

“We are outraged by today’s rocket fire in Iraqi Kurdistan,” the Secretary of State said.

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