12 ballistic missiles fired near U.S consulate in Iraq’s Arbil
A dozen ballistic missiles struck Iraq's northern Kurdish regional capital of Arbil in the early hours of Sunday, Kurdish authorities said, with a U.S. official blaming Iran for the attack which also targeted the U.S. consulate's new building. The missiles caused only material damage and one civilian was injured, the Kurdish interior ministry said. U.S. State Department spokesperson called it an "outrageous attack" but said no Americans were hurt and there was no damage to U.S. government facilities in Arbil. Watch the full video for more.