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Rocket crashes on Kuwaiti side of border with Iraq

A remaining of a rocketon July 25, 2021 [Bekir Kasım/Anadolu Agency]
A remaining of a rocketon July 25, 2021 [Bekir Kasım/Anadolu Agency]

At least one artillery rocket crashed on the Kuwaiti side of its border with Iraq, military sources said Saturday, reports Anadolu Agency.

The Kathusya-type artillery rocket did not cause human or property damage, according to the Kuwaiti Army General Staff Command.

The northern border with Iraq is secure and stable, it noted.

The General Staff denied reports that three rockets crossed the border region and targeted the vicinity of an American military base.

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