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The UK has urged Iran not to carry out further "reckless and dangerous" attacks after Tehran fired missiles at military bases in Iraq hosting British and USA troops.

At the same time, he said the USA continues to evaluate options.

Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence was also briefed on Iran's attacks on bases hosting US military and coalition forces in Iraq.

The missile attacks came in retaliation to the killing of Soleimani. Iran said it would release more information later.

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The missiles have targeted the al-Asad US airbase. They're noting heightened levels of military readiness in the country and are preparing for a possible attempt on the life of an American military commander.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said the missile attack was a "slap on the face" of the United States and that U.S. troops should leave the region. The bases are Irbil and Al-Asad. "And likewise, we're prepared to attack if we have to".

Soon after which, US President Donald Trump tweeted saying, "All is well!"

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Reuters has reported that Iranian missile forces have been put on a heightened state of alert.

According to details, Mark Esper said on Monday while speaking to reporters that the United States military will "follow the laws of armed conflict", amid threats of retaliation from Tehran over the USA assassination of its top military commander, Qassem Soleimani.

Moments before news of the rocket attack broke, State Department Spokesperson Morgan Ortagus discussed the current situation in Iran with WSPD host Scott Sands and said that President Trump has shown restraint in dealing with Iranian aggression.

"I think we should expect that they will retaliate in some way, shape or form", he told a briefing at the Pentagon.

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