Six missiles fall near an oil refinery in Erbil, Iraq

Six missiles have landed near an oil refinery in Erbil, northern Iraq, Kurdistan counterterrorism authorities said on Sunday.

The missiles caused no casualties or material damage and were fired from Nineveh province, Erbil-based TV Rudaw said, citing anti-terror authorities.

Three missiles also fell near the refinery on April 6, with no casualties.

In March, Iran attacked Erbil with a dozen ballistic missiles and one person was injured in the attack.

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