Three rockets hit perimeter of Baghdad international airport

One of the rockets landed in the airport garage damaging four civilian vehicles, it said, citing a military statement.

Katyusha rocket launchers found by the Iraqi Army, are seen in Umm al-Izam. (photo credit: REUTERS)
Katyusha rocket launchers found by the Iraqi Army, are seen in Umm al-Izam.
(photo credit: REUTERS)
Three Katyusha rockets fell in the vicinity of Baghdad airport on Sunday but caused no casualties, Iraqi state news agency INA said.
One of the rockets landed in the airport garage damaging four civilian vehicles, it said, citing a military statement.
Last week, in three separate incidents several rockets landed either near the airport or inside Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone, which houses government buildings and foreign missions. Those attacks also caused no casualties.
Washington blames such attacks on Iranian-backed militia groups. Iran has not directly commented on the incidents.
The Middle East came close to a large conflict in January after a U.S. drone strike killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi paramilitary chief Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis at Baghdad airport. Iran-aligned militias have sworn to avenge their deaths.