ERBIL — An improvised explosive device on Wednesday once again targeted a convoy carrying logistic supplies for the US-led Global Coalition in southern Iraq.
Media reports said the roadside bomb occurred on a highway in Babil province, south of capital Baghdad.
There was no report of casualties or serious damages to the convoy.
This is the third such attack against the Coalition forces in the past two days.
The Shia militias linked to Iran are often blamed for such attacks. They are part of the so-called “resistance front” which works to pressure the US forces to leave the Iraq.