Two rockets aimed at a facility in western Iraq hosting US-led coalition soldiers fell near the complex on Saturday, inflicting no injuries or damage, according to security sources.

“Two missiles crashed outside the Iraqi base of Ain al-Asad,” a security forces statement claimed, adding that no “losses” had occurred.

The Iraqi-controlled camp is located in the desert of western Anbar province and houses coalition forces fighting the Islamic State organisation.

According to AFP, “no effect on the installation was detected,” and “no coalition personnel casualties were reported.”

A previously unknown organisation calling itself “International Resistance” claimed responsibility for the attack on a pro-Iran Telegram channel.

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