The U.S. has conducted an airstrike in Baghdad targeting a high-value target, two U.S. officials confirmed Wednesday.
U.S. Central Command later said the target was a commander of the Iran-backed militia Kataib Hezbollah “responsible for directly planning and participating in attacks on U.S. forces in the region.”
National security adviser Jake Sullivan said Sunday that there would be more U.S. response to the attack on the Tower 22 base in Jordan in which three American service members were killed
Some would be seen and others unseen, he said.
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