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Pompeo said Iran was behind nearly 100 attacks on Saudi Arabia while leaders in Tehran "pretend to engage in diplomacy."
The Al Jazeera report also said Iran neutralized a new version of the Stuxnet virus, a computer virus reportedly created by the United States and Israel.
In Kurdistan Rising, Michael Rubin, a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, described Salih as the most talented Iraqi Kurdish diplomat in Washington.
Saudia Arabia denies supporting its citizens who hijacked planes on September 11, but modern critics wonder if the nation's growing extremism could lead to a repeat of the incident.
For Iranians, the election presents a stark choice between competing visions of the country.
The Iranian supreme leader criticized President Hassan Rouhani for his "western-influenced" education plan.
In 2016, a ballistic missile test was conducted by Iran's Revolutionary Guards in which anti-Israel slogans were written in Hebrew on the missiles.
On the 38th anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution, hundreds of thousands attended the rally, rife with anti-US and anti-Israeli sentiment.
Turnout in the Islamic Republic was about 60%.
By NOGA TARNOPOLSKY/THE MEDIA LINE
But the first national elections since the nuclear deal with world powers may reveal some aspects of public opinion.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Hassan Rouhani, who was supposed to visit France in November but postponed his arrival because of terrorist attacks that killed 130 in Paris that month, landed in the French capital on Jan. 27.
Iranian hardliners fear that economic change and openness will bring ideas such as democracy, human rights and sexual permissiveness, which will weaken their hold on the country.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Iranian official tells Mehr news agency that the dismantling has stopped in Fordow because of lawmakers' letter to Rouhani.
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