US condemns Hamas rockets as "unacceptable escalation" and says Israel has "legitimate right" to defend itself despite Israeli air strikes killing 20 people in Gaza and its forces wounding hundreds in Al Aqsa Mosque complex.
At least 10 rockets strike Ain al Asad air base in western Anbar province, officials say, two days before historic visit by Pope Francis to the country.
At least four rockets struck an Iraqi airbase, the Iraqi military says in a statement, while other officials say one person was wounded at the base where an American defence company services combat aircraft.
Meanwhile, the Israeli military says it has bombed Hamas positions in eastern Gaza in response to what it said was rocket attacks launched from the area.
At least two of the rockets hit the Asmara airport, three diplomats said, hours after the Tigray regional government warned it might attack.
No group has as of yet claimed responsibility for the rocket attack and no casualties have been reported.
Tripoli's Mitiga International Airport had just reopened after it was forced to close for a week because of deadly clashes between rival militias.
The warning from the UN envoy for the Middle East comes after the worst military flare-up between Israel and Palestinian Hamas since 2014 war. Meanwhile, a fragile calm returned to Gaza Strip on Wednesday.
Israel carries out heavy bombardment on Palestinian territory after a rocket launched earlier on Monday from Gaza hit an open area along the Israeli border but caused no casualty or damage.
PKK terrorists on Saturday night launched four RPGs at a police checkpoint outside the airport's VIP lounge.
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