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Iran fired at American bases in Iraq with missiles of Qiam-1 and Fateh-110. This was reported by TV channel NBC, a number of experts, including from the Institute of international studies Middlebury.
Missile Qiam-1 is a modernized version of the Scud missile, developed in Iraq and used during the Gulf war in 1990-1991. Iranian Qiam-1, unlike its predecessor, have a guidance system and are working on liquid fuel. Tehran used them to attack the terrorists of the “Islamic state” (IG banned in Russia) in 2017.
Missiles Fateh-110, according to U.S. missile defense, ballistic missiles are short-range.
In addition, the NBC investigation it is alleged that the us military in Iraq issued a warning about the fact that they fired missiles from Iran.
A missile attack was committed on the night of Wednesday, January 8. Tehran called it a response to the killing in Baghdad in an airstrike, the U.S. commander of special forces “al-Quds” major General Qassem Soleimani. The operation was called “Martyr Soleimani”.
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