The Iraqi Foreign Ministry announced on Friday that it would summon the ambassadors of the U.S. and U.K. following airstrikes by American warplanes that left six people dead.

“Foreign Minister [Mohamed Ali al-Hakim] ordered to summon the ambassadors of the United States and Britain to Baghdad,” spokesman Ahmed al-Sahaf told reporters. 

President Barham Salih condemned the killing of three Iraqi soldiers, two police officers and one civilian in a U.S. raid on the central Babil province.

In a statement, Salih denounced the “foreign bombing that targeted many locations inside the territory of Iraq and led to the martyrdom and

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