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Six rockets fall in Baghdad: Iraqi military

Reuters Sunday, 5 January 2020
Iraq's military said in a statement on Sunday that six Katyusha rockets had fallen in Baghdad; three inside the heavily fortified Green Zone and three others in the nearby Jadriya area.
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