US Offers $3 Million for Information on Iraq Attacks
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US Offers $3 Million for Information on Iraq Attacks

ERBIL - The United States has offered a reward of three million dollars for information on the attacks against the US forces in Iraq.

The offer was made by the US Department of State's Rewards for Justice programme one day after unidentified groups conducted an attack with three explosive-laden drones on Baghdad airport, where the US troops are based.

"O faithful people of Iraq, cowardly terrorists are attacking US diplomatic missions in Iraq, then they are fleeing to hide among civilians," said a statement in Arabic on the Twitter account of Rewards for Justice.

"America is offering a reward of up to $3 million for information on planned attacks or past ones against American diplomatic installations."

A US telephone number has also been provided, with the statement noting that the information could be sent via the messaging apps Whatsapp, Telegram or Signal.

The US and Global Coalition forces in Iraq have come under dozens of attacks over the past months, for which no groups have officially claimed responsibility.