NATO suspends training missions in Iraq after Soleimani killing: Spokesperson
NATO has suspended training missions in Iraq, a spokesman for the alliance said Saturday, following the US killing of Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani.
The NATO mission in Iraq, which numbers in the hundreds, trains the country’s security forces at the request of the Baghdad government to prevent the return of the ISIS.
NATO ‘monitoring situation’ after Iran general killedThe NATO military alliance was monitoring the situation in Iraq closely Friday with an eye to the safety of its training mission there after US forces ... World News
US killing of Soleimani ‘tantamount’ to war, Iran’s UN ambassador saysThe United States’ killing of Iran’s most prominent military commander, Qassem Soleimani, is virtual to starting a war and “the ... Middle East
Britain warns nationals against travel to Iraq and IranBritain warned its nationals to avoid all travel to Iraq, outside the Kurdistan region, and to avoid all but essential travel to Iran following the ... World News