Satellite imagery shows a recent protest in Baghdad, to see the pro-Iran Iraq militias and their supporters trying to storm the U.S. Embassy.
The image was captured by the Maxar technology of the WorldView-3 earth observation satellite to rise. 1.
“The images, collected at 11:21 AM local time, revealing a crowd of people gathered in along the street adjacent to the compound,”Maxar explained in a statement emailed to Fox News. Small fires can be seen burning a building and kiosks near the compound, it added.
Dozens broke into the U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad, in response to the air strikes, the report said:
The Iranian-backed militia attacked the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad on the eve of the New Year。 Two days of the Embassy attack, which ended Wednesday, prompting President Donald Trump to about 750 American soldiers deployed to the Middle East.
Violation of the Embassy followed by the United States on Sunday air strikes, killed 25 fighters in the Iran-supported militias in Iraq, and Kataeb Hezbollah. The U.S. Army said that the attack was revenge for last week, killing an American contractor in a rocket attack on an Iraqi military base, the United States blamed on militias.
Iranian support for the militias to withdraw surrounds the US Embassy in Baghdad as more American troops deployed