The US State Department clearly signalled last week that it was eyeing specific talent from the developing world, especially those with skills to mitigate the effects of Covid-19.
It was the latest rocket attack to strike the Green Zone since last Tuesday when three projectiles hit an area near the US embassy.
There was no immediate word on casualties at Camp Taji, according to the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity in line with regulations.
A ministry statement said two attackers died. A civilian was slightly injured.
The assault sent warning sirens blaring across the diplomatic compound but it was unclear exactly what was hit and how many rockets made impact.
Illegal Jewish settlements on occupied Palestinian land have turned into a lucrative business for many Israeli companies, according to the latest UN report, but the US snubs the UN's findings, revealing its inherent prejudice towards Palestinians.
There is not a single extremist Israeli position which the US has not adopted or embraced in its so-called 'peace plan'.
The US president wants to force Palestinians to agree to a fragmented mini-state. A Palestinian political analyst tells TRT World that the problem lies in the lack of sovereignty of the Palestinian state.
At least three rockets hit the US embassy in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone. Although no group claimed responsibility so far, fingers are pointed at Iran-backed armed groups.
No group has as of yet claimed responsibility for the rocket attack and no casualties have been reported.
Soleimani's death is a major blow to Iran's regional ambitions as the self-contained general was at the forefront of tilting the Middle East in Tehran's favour.
Hashd al Shaabi militiamen and their supporters withdraw from US embassy perimeter in Baghdad, a day after they stormed the premises, forcing Washington to dispatch extra troops and threaten reprisals against Iran.
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