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Rouhani to Trump: Iran will not be intimidated

By AlJazeera
10 February 2017   |   7:06 am
Iran's president says his country will not be intimidated and that Iran is ready to challenge any country that threatens it. Hassan Rouhani was speaking at an event on Friday in Tehran marking the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

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