Denmark said coalition forces at the base were helping to bring stability and security to the country. He said there were no service members injured, and all were accounted for.
Iraq's military said the rockets caused no significant losses at Al Asad air base, but security sources told AFP news agency that a civilian contractor died after suffering a heart attack.
Shafaq News also quoted a security official as confirming the news and reporting that the United States coalition base in Ain al-Asad was targeted by four Katyusha rockets.
The US blamed Iran-backed Shia militias and carried out retaliatory air strikes on one of their facilities in Syria. Iran's actions were in response to the US killing of Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
The attack on the sprawling Ain al-Assad base in Iraq's western desert is the fourth time in less than three weeks that rockets hit a Western installation in the country.
A deadly rocket attack in December 2019 kicked off a series of escalations that culminated with the drone strike in Baghdad and Tehran's launch of over a dozen ballistic missiles targeting al Asad and the airfield in Irbil.
Previous attacks have drawn a response from Washington and as Breitbart News reported, just last Friday the Pentagon said it had domestic and multinational legal authorities under the U.S. Constitution and United Nations worldwide law, respectively, to conduct lethal retaliatory airstrikes in Syria against Iran-backed militia groups behind the attacks. The attack early Wednesday is the first since, and Marotto said Iraqi security forces were investigating it.
Pope Francis said his planned visit to Iraq on Friday would go ahead despite the latest violence.
Last week's USA strike along the border was in response to a spate of rocket attacks that targeted the American presence, including one that killed a coalition contractor from the Philippines outside the Irbil airport.
On Friday, the UK Supreme Court ruled that Shamima Begum can not return to the UK to appeal the revocation of her UK citizenship. Begum is of Bangladeshi heritage but the country's foreign minister has said he will not consider granting her citizenship.
Meanwhile the Ford government is being criticised for the slow rollout when compared to provinces like Alberta and Quebec. One additional death was reported and 2,057 doses of the vaccine were administered, bringing the total to 65,436.
In a straw poll conducted at the conference, almost seven in 10 respondents said they want him to run again. McConnell has since said he would " absolutely " support Trump if he were the GOP nominee in 2024.
An outbreak could be devastating in North Korea, where some local hospitals are so poorly equipped they lack even running water. It was unclear why the diplomats who departed this week stayed in Pyongyang.
Eventually, officials in the kingdom acknowledged Khashoggi had been killed but blamed the murder on a "rogue operation". His body was then dismembered and handed over to a local "collaborator" outside the consulate, prosecutors said.
Holtville is a farming community about ten miles north of the border with Mexico, growing mostly alfalfa and vegetables. For decades, there have been concerns about the high death toll in crashes along the California-Mexico border.
Known affectionately as Captain Tom, Moore raised nearly £33 million ($45 million) by walking laps of his garden previous year . His ashes were later to be interred in a family plot in Yorkshire in northern England, with his parents and grandparents.
Abinanti also castigated Cuomo's behavior, tweeting , "As Dizzy Dean said (1944): stick a fork in him - he's done". He denied Boylan's allegations in his statement and said that in Bennett's case, he had meant to act like a mentor.
It is believed to be the first endorsement Trump has offered to a challenger of one of the Republicans who voted for his ouster. Pompeo assailed President Joe Biden and recalled what he said were the foreign policy successes of the Trump administration.
PH seeks release of Suu Kyi
State-run MRTV television said more than 470 people had been arrested on Saturday when police launched the nationwide crackdown. While some Western countries have imposed limited sanctions, the generals have traditionally shrugged off diplomatic pressure.
Auckland locked down after 1 case found
She said if officials have concerns that people are not isolating, they will work with Police to ensure they do stay at home. Authorities said on Saturday they did not know how Case M had contracted the virus.
New abduction at Nigeria school, hundreds feared missing
President Muhammadu Buhari replaced his long-standing military chiefs earlier this month amid the worsening violence. Amnesty International Nigeria said the abductions was "a serious violation of international humanitarian law".