US Air Force: Iran provided capability for missile attacks from Yemen

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November 10, 2017 15:09
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Iran provided the capability for ballistic missile attacks launched from Yemen, a senior US Air Force official said on Friday.

Jeffrey Harrigian, commander for southwest Asia at the US Air Forces Central Command, also told reporters while on a visit to Dubai that it was key to provide diplomatic solutions to tensions surrounding Lebanon instead of going to war.

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