Iran leaders accuse US, Saudis of supporting Tehran attacks

Iran leaders accuse US, Saudis of supporting Tehran attacksTEHRAN, Iran (AP) ‚ÄĒ Iranian leaders on Friday accused the United States and Saudi Arabia of supporting the Islamic State-claimed dual attacks that killed 17 people in Tehran this week, as thousands of Iranians attended a funeral ceremony for the victims.


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