Iran says weaponry displayed by Haley is 'fabricated'

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December 14, 2017 19:40
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UNITED NATIONS, Dec 14  - Iran rejected as unfounded a US. accusation on Thursday that it supplied a missile fired at Saudi Arabia from Yemen on Nov. 4, describing weaponry displayed by US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley as "fabricated."

Iran's mission to the United Nations said in a statement that the accusation by the United States was "irresponsible, provocative and destructive." "These accusations seek also to cover up for the Saudi war crimes in Yemen, with the US complicity, and divert international and regional attention from the stalemate war of aggression against the Yemenis," the statement said.

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