U.S. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Wednesday said it was 'welcome news' that there were no U.S. casualties after Iranian missiles were fired on military bases housing U.S. troops in Iraq and defended Trump's decision to kill a top Iranian..
The U.S. military presence in the Middle East has been thrown into jeopardy after the killing of a top Iranian general. Iraq's parliament voted Sunday to expel U.S. troops from their country, while the leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah group said the U.S...
Leaders of the Iran-backed paramilitary groups tied to violent protesters surrounding the U.S. embassy in Baghdad have convinced supporters to leave the area. In Washington, the political fallout has been swift. Matthew Larotonda reports.
The United States is deploying about 750 soldiers to the Middle East in response to the violent protests at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Tuesday. Chris Dignam has more.
Embassy staff fled into a safe room as American and Iraqi forces fought off violent protesters enraged by air strikes targeting an Iraqi militia unit. The militiamen were allies of Iran, and Baghdad has condemned the U.S. action as a breach of its..
US Embassy Attacked in
Baghdad After Airstrikes .
The U.S. recently launched
five airstrikes on areas
controlled by Kataib Hezbollah, .
injuring 51 people and
killing at least 25 members
of an Iran-backed militia
group in Iraq.
Thousands of protesters laid siege to the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, furious over American air strikes that targeted an Iranian-backed Iraqi militia unit. The Iraqi government has condemned the air strikes, and the incident risks drawing the country..
An American air strike has killed or wounded scores of members of an Iran-backed militia that forms part of Iraq's security forces. Baghdad says it will have "dangerous consequences." The U.S. blames the group for the killing of a government..
U.S. officials said on Sunday that air strikes in Iraq and Syria against an Iran-backed militia group were successful, but warned that "additional actions" may still be taken in the region to defend U.S. interests. Ryan Brooks reports.