US Drone Strike Targets Kataib Hezbollah Leader in Baghdad Amid Rising Tensions

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Iran-backed Kataib Hezbollah was targeted by a US drone strike in Baghdad, including a high-ranking commander involved in a previous attack. The strike was in response to a previous incident in Jordan. The US is committed to protecting American forces.

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A US drone strike in Baghdad killed a leader of Kataib Hezbollah, Wissam Mohammed al-Saadi, who oversaw their operations in Syria, without causing civilian casualties.

The US launched a military operation targeting Iranian-backed militia sites in Iraq and Syria after a drone attack in Jordan linked to Kataib Hezbollah.

Despite Kataib Hezbollah suspending attacks on US troops, tensions persist within Iran-backed militias. Some threaten retaliation against US forces due to conflicts like Israeli offensive against Hamas. US drone strike in Baghdad targets Hezbollah members in response to previous attacks on American troops, reflecting ongoing tensions. Both sides engage in retaliatory actions due to geopolitical conflicts.