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In what is being billed as a holiday season miracle, a pilot has survived and no one on the ground was injured when a Cessna 172 crashed onto a roof in the community of Auburn in Placer County. Marlee Ginter reports. (12/22/21)
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi survived an armed drone attack at his home on Sunday. The attack comes two days after violent unrest over recent election results disputed by Iran-backed militia groups. Imtiaz Tyab reports.
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi survived an assassination attempt early Sunday sparked by the refusal of Iran-backed militias to accept the results of last month’s parliamentary election. The attackers used armed drones to target his home in Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone.
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Khadimi is calling for calm following an attempt to assassinate him. A drone filled with explosives attacked his residence in the heavily fortified Green Zone of the capital Baghdad. Officials say seven of his bodyguards were injured. Baghdad was already tense after clashes between security forces and protesters disputing the results of the election.
Diplomats based nearby said they heard explosions.
State television aired photos showing the damage to the prime minister’s residence. It was apparently targeted by an explosives-laden drone. Mustafa al-Khadimi was unhurt in what the Iraqi military called an attempted assassination
Baghdad’s heavily guarded Green Zone has been at the center of unrest following Iraq’s election last month.
Iran-backed Shia militias have been camped out nearby after losing much of their parliamentary power in the vote. They allege voting and counting irregularities – though EU observers have rejected those claims.
On Friday, protests over the result turned violent. Security forces used tear gas and live rounds when demonstrators tried to enter the Green Zone. Witnesses said two protesters were killed and dozens injured.
The attempted attack on Prime Minister al-Khadimi marks another escalation. No group has claimed responsibility, but experts point to the pro-Iran militias.
As tensions soar, some fear the stage could be set for a bloody confrontation.
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