On Sunday night, rockets had been fired on the Habat district of town of Erbil in Iraqi Kurdistan.
The Kurdistan Counter-Terrorism Service reported the autumn of 6 missiles close to the Badinani River within the Habat district of Erbil governorate, whereas sources confirmed that these had been Katyusha missiles.
In response to the correspondent of Al Arabiya, rockets fell on the oil advanced within the governorate of Erbil. No casualties or injury brought on by the assault are but identified.
Three Katyusha rockets fell in early April within the Habat space, and a safety cell stated on the time that “an unlawful group directed these rockets” in direction of the judiciary.
It’s noteworthy that the Habat district belongs to the province of Erbil in Kurdistan and is positioned west of Erbil on the freeway connecting the cities of Erbil and Mosul. The middle of the judiciary is positioned about 37 kilometers from town of Erbil.