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Trump refuses to rule out military action against Iran

By AlJazeera
03 February 2017   |   9:05 am
US President Donald Trump has said, "nothing is off the table" as his administration considers its response to an Iranian missile test. The White House says the test violated a UN Security Council resolution, and that it has put Tehran on notice.

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