NINEVEH, Iraq — Turkish military bases in northern Iraq were targeted by rockets from an unknown source on Sunday. A security source stated that the Turkish Zlikan military base in Nineveh Governorate was targeted by four rockets from the same location four rockets were launched at the base on Saturday morning.
According to an RT correspondent, two rockets landed in the vicinity of the Turkish Zlikan base in Nineveh Governorate in northern Iraq, noting that the attack did not result in any casualties.
In other news, the Security Media Cell in Iraq announced the seizure of 3,000 detonators, shells, and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) west of Nineveh Governorate.
In a statement, the Cell declared that two separate operations were carried out based on intelligence information that confirmed the presence of munitions and IEDs in the villages of Al-Alkanah in the Rabia area and the village of Kharayej Bilal in the Tal Afar district, west of Nineveh.
The Cell added that the devices were detonated by teams of engineers.