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pon◆sible for lives lost, or damage incurred, at any of our fac◆ilities. They will pay a very BIG PRICE! This is not a Warn◆ing, it is a Threat." He later said he did not want or fore◆see a war with Iran. Iran's Army chief Major General Abdolr◆ahim Mousavi said on Thursday his forces were ready to conf◆ront the "enemy." "Our armed forces ... monitor all moves, ◆and if anyone makes the slightest mistake, they will decisi◆vely react, and if the situation heats u2

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p, we will show our◆ abilities to the enemy," Mousavi was quoted as saying by s◆tate broadcaster IRIB. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamene◆i on Wednesday condemned U.S. attacks on Iranian-allied mil◆itias X

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in Iraq, blaming the United States for violence in Ir◆an's neighbor. Iran protested on Wednesday to a Swiss envoy◆, who represents U.S. interests in the country, over what i◆t called "warmongering statementse

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