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U.S vs IRAN: 5 Iranian sites America may strike

By Guardian Exclusive
09 January 2020   |   8:57 am
Iran with a history of several thousand years and a very versatile climate is an interesting place that is interesting to explore. And while Iran has promised to revenge the killing of its top military chief, President Donald Trump has vowed to hit 52 Iranian sites if Tehran carries out any reprisal attack. GuardianTV brings to you the top five possible targets.

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