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Iraq’s PMF Claims Airstrike Targeted Medics, Not Senior Leaders

According to a report from Reuters, the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) said in a statement that the Airstrikes targetting its fighters was aimed at its medics no senior leaders as being reported by the Western media.

Reuters reports:

Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Forces umbrella grouping of paramilitary groups said on Saturday that an air strike targeting its fighters earlier hit a convoy of medics, not senior leaders as reported in some media.

“Initial sources confirm that the strike targeted a convoy of Popular Mobilization Forces medics near Taji stadium in Baghdad,” it said in a statement.

The strikes killed six people and critically wounded three, an Iraqi army source told Reuters.

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