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US releases footage of airstrikes targeting Iran-backed armed groups on Syria-Iraq border

The US Central Command releases aerial footage showing US strikes on three positions along the Syria-Iraq border. At least seven fighters belonging to Iran-backed armed groups were killed, sparking immediate calls for revenge and fears of a new escalation between Washington and Tehran.

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