A robot assaulted Erbil air terminal in northern Iraq with explosives on Tuesday, focused on the US base on the air terminal grounds, Kurdish security sources said.
Alarms were blasting from the US department in the city, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan, the sources said.
Flights were suspended after the assaults, they said.
In an articulation, the Pentagon said it knew about reports about a robot assault, yet introductory data didn’t demonstrate primary harm, or wounds or setbacks.
The assault comes one day after rockets and a robot designated Ain al-Asad air base, which houses US troops and the US international safe haven in Baghdad, on Monday.
In April, a robot dropped explosives close to the US powers positioned at Erbil air terminal. It was then the main realized assault did by an automated airborne robot against US powers in Erbil, in the midst of a constant flow of rocket assaults on bases facilitating US powers and the consulate in Baghdad that Washington faults on Iran-upheld state armies.