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Iran warns missile attack on IS in Syria can be repeated

Deccan Herald Monday, 19 June 2017
After firing missiles targeting the Islamic State group in eastern Syria, Irans Revolutionary Guard today issued a stark warning to IS militants, saying that any future attack against Iran will result in more powerful launches.The Guard said it launched the strikes on Sunday in retaliation for attacks in Tehran earlier this month...
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News video: Iran fires missiles against 'terrorist bases' in E. Syria in retaliation for Tehran attacks

Iran fires missiles against 'terrorist bases' in E. Syria in retaliation for Tehran attacks 07:30

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have launched a mid-range ballistic missile attack on terrorist positions in the Syrian province of Deir-ez Zor in retaliation for terrorist attacks in Tehran, Tasnim news agency reports. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8f70 RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to...

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