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US sending more troops to Middle East as Iran tensions mount

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 18 June 2019
US sending more troops to Middle East as Iran tensions mountIn a dramatic escalation of tensions between the US and Iran, the Pentagon has ordered another 1000 American troops to the Middle East.The move comes as the US government released new photos to bolster its claim that Iran was responsible...
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