Missiles From Iran Struck in Vicinity of U.S. Consulate in Northern Iraq, Officials Say

Gordon B. Johnson

A missile strike early Sunday that landed in the vicinity of a new American consulate under design in northern Iraq originated from Iran, in accordance to U.S. officials.

The attack arrives as the U.S. is edging closer to cementing a offer to revive the 2015 settlement with Tehran that constrains Iran’s nuclear plan.

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