Iran calls missile attack on Syria militants a wider warning

Iran calls missile attack on Syria militants a wider warningTEHRAN, Iran (AP) ‚ÄĒ Iran says its ballistic missile strike targeting the Islamic State group in Syria was not only a response to deadly attacks in Tehran, but a powerful message to archrival Saudi Arabia and the United States, one that could add to already soaring regional tensions.


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