Breaking: Supply convoys of US-led forces struck by multiple bomb attacks in Iraq
Multiple roadside bombs have separately struck five convoys of trucks carrying logistical equipment for the US terrorist forces in Iraq.
The first attack took place on Thursday morning when a convoy of vehicles was moving along a highway near the city of al-Diwaniyah some 130 km south of Baghdad, the Arabic-language al-Sumaria television reported.
A source said the blast caused damage, but did not leave any casualties.
An explosive device detonated shortly afterwards in Nasiriyah city, about 360 km southeast of Baghdad, as vehicles of the US-led coalition forces were passing by. The blast reportedly left no casualties.
Hours later, another explosion struck a convoy of vehicles belonging to the US-led forces in the town of Yusufiyah south of Baghdad.
The attack damaged three of the vehicles, according to al-Sumaria television network.
Sabereen News, a news channel associated with Iraq’s anti-terror Popular Mobilization Units, later reported that a roadside bomb had struck a convoy of trucks carrying logistical equipment for US forces in Hillah city, located 100 km south of Baghdad.
Moreover, another convoy of trucks was targeted in Diwaniyah city, when an explosive device went off near the vehicles.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks yet. They are the latest in a series of explosions that have targeted US occupation forces over the past few months.