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Trump says he hopes U.S. not going to war with Iran

Reuters Thursday, 16 May 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday said he hoped that the United States was not heading to war with Iran.
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President Donald Trump on Thursday said he hopes the US is not "going to war with Iran." The US and Iran are in the midst of a military standoff after the Trump administration deployed military assets to the Middle East in response to unspecified threats. The Trump administration has so far offered...

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