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Security Forces shut down Erbil International Airport

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2021-02-15T19:54:27+0000
Security Forces shut down Erbil International Airport

Shafaq News/ The Kurdistan Region's security authorities closed Erbil International Airport after being struck by a serial-rocket attack earlier today, Monday.

Shafaq News Agency correspondent said that the security forces cordoned off the airport's vicinity with helicopters roaming its airspace in circles.

The Counter-terrorism services announced earlier today, Monday, that three rockets landed inside and near Erbil International Airport.

According to a brief statement of the CTS posted on Facebook, two rockets landed inside Erbil International Airport, while a third landed outside the airport, without providing further information.

Shafaq News Agency correspondent said that a missile fell on the wall of the Naz City complex, formerly Zakaria’s apartments, and injured two people.

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