Two rocket attacks on the Iraqi capital

On October 5, the Iraqi military said on the 5th that the center of the capital and the international airport of Baghdad were attacked by rockets on the same day. In the early morning of the same day, two rockets were launched from the southwest area of Bagdad and fell into the jadriya district next to the “green zone” in the city center, and then exploded, causing a civilian vehicle to catch fire. < p > < p > jadria district is a densely populated commercial and residential area. People nearby said they were woken up by the explosion in the early morning, the glass of surrounding houses and vehicles were shattered, some people were hit by debris and suffered minor trauma. In an interview, a police officer in Baghdad said that the International Airport in Baghdad was also attacked by two rockets on the same day, with no casualties. < p > < p > the military base near the International Airport in Bagdad has US troops and US led forces of the international alliance against Islamic state, an extremist organization. In recent weeks, there has been an increase in the number of attacks against the “green zone” in Baghdad, the International Airport in Baghdad and the international coalition convoys.