roadside bomb hits coalition logistic convoy in Baghdad

A U.S. soldier runs at a coalition forces forward base near West Mosul, Iraq June 21, 2017. (Reuters photo)

SULAIMANI (ESTA) — Iraqi media on Thursday reported that a convoy of the international coalition has been targeted by a bomb blast in Baghdad, resulting in no casualties.

A roadside bomb hit a logistic convoy of the anti-Islamic State (ISIS) international coalition on the al-Taji highway, north of the capital, Baghdad, during morning hours.

The blast caused no casualties and marked no serious impact on the convoy, according to the Iraqi media.

There was no immediate claim for the blast.

The convoy continued its journey to its marked destination following the blast.

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