Mar 20, 2016

Iran Says US Continues Animosity Despite Nuclear Deal - ABC News

Iran's Supreme Leader says Washington has continued its animosity toward Tehran, despite a friendly message by President Barack Obama marking Persian New Year. State TV broadcast Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's New Year's speech on Sunday in the northern city of Mashhad. He said of the U.S., "From...

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