Jan. 4 (UPI) -- At least one rocket landed near the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad Saturday, Iraqi military sources said.
Multiple sources reported on the strike, some using the term "missile" and some "rocket," but the number of weapons that have landed was not confirmed and reports varied on the precise location of the strike. Sources were also not immediately able to confirm the source of the strike.
An Iraqi military official told CNN an unknown number of rockets landed in the heavily fortified Green Zone as well as the Balad air base housing U.S. troops.
The U.S. Embassy is situated inside the Green Zone but was not hit, the New York Daily News reported.
Iran's ambassador to the United Nations said the U.S. "has started a military war by an act of terror" with the killing of Soleimani.
President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that the United States is prepared to retaliate should Iran hit Americans or American assets.
NATO has temporarily suspended its training mission in Iraq, a spokesperson for the alliance said Saturday.
The alliance had been advising Iraqi defense forces on how to keep the Islamic State, also known as ISIS ISIL and Daesh, from regaining ground in the region.
NATO spokesperson Dylan White cited the "safety of our personnel" in a statement reported by Politico but did not explicitly say why it had decided to suspend the mission.