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Trump's potential for 'catastrophic war' with Iran is exacerbated by his lies, experts say

Independent Friday, 21 June 2019
Nobody seems to know why the president called off a retaliatory strike on Iran, or why he continues making false claims about the country's nuclear deal
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News video: The US And Iran Are Still At Odds Despite Trump's Latest Move

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Donald Trump called off airstrikes against Iran at the last minute, says Business Insider. However, due to the sanctions that are damaging Iran's economy, the reprieve is likely only temporary. Experts largely believe Iran's military will continue to seek confrontations against the US. This clash has...

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