2526818 Iran attack: foreign Minister Dominic Raab condemned rocket attacks
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Iraqi security forces and collect pieces of the rocket
Dominic Raab is convicted of a ball missile attack from Iran on air-bases in Iraq , where the coalition troops, including British personnel, are stationed in Barcelona.
The Foreign Minister urged Iran to repeat, "reckless and dangerous attacks" according to The Strikes at bases in Irbil in the North to al Asad, West of Baghdad.
The Ministry of defence said there were in the United Kingdom, no victims.
the Iranian revolutionary guards, said The Action was in retaliation for the death of General Qasem Soleimani on Friday.
He was killed, outside the airport of Baghdad in a hail of rockets, the ordered by US President Donald Trump .
Mr Raab said he was concerned about the reports of dead and that A War in the Middle East would only benefit terrorist groups.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to be updated, The House of Commons later, and they discuss The Situation at a meeting with President of the EU Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.
Acting Lib dem leader Sr Ed Davey urged the PM to ensure "dialogue and de-escalation of the intensification of The Situation " and said The Strikes should be "unequivocally condemned".
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei described The Attack as a "slap in The Face " for the United States.
The rocket attack showed only a "small part" of the capabilities of the Iranian armed forces, The Chief of staff of the military said,
But Iran's Ambassador to the UK, Hamid Baeidinejad , said The Attack was an act of self-defense, and the country was "following the escalation or war".
The US President has to add "all is well" after the strike, that the number of victims and damages were recorded and that he would in a statement on Wednesday morning.
BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said it was a provocative language was used on both sides of The Crisis , in Washington and Tehran .
he added that The Attack may react to the end of the Iran mark overt retaliation, but there are A Number of ways the country could choose to secretly, in the coming weeks and months.
"The hardliners in Iran are still baying for blood, so it is very provocative for Donald Trump to 'all is well'," he said.
"It's the hardliners in the Iranian Deep State " - the whole of the security, the intelligence and the judiciary -that distrust anything that does outside of the world and especially The West .
"you want to wear, the harassment and attack on US interests in the region until America leaves. "
More Than a dozen rockets were fired from the Iranian territories in Iraq at about 02:00 local time on Wednesday (22:30 GMT, Tuesday).
The al Asad airbase in the Anbar province of Western Iraq has been hit by at least six missiles.
There are about 400 British troops in Iraq IS to defeat primarily to support the Iraqi troops.
A Ministry of defence spokesman added: "We are urgently working to establish the facts on the ground. Our first priority is still the safety of the British personnel. "
In Britain, police "extremely vigilant" to the impact of The Crisis in Iran, in Britain, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick said.
On Tuesday, the United Kingdom, in The Gulf amid rising tensions in the Middle East . place
The Government said non-essential UK staff was also pulled out of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
Iran has vowed "severe revenge" after the murder of Soleimani on 3. January.
The General , which controlled Iran's proxy forces in the entire Middle East , is considered a terrorist by the U.S. Government .
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