Iran says Rouhani, France's Macron discussed Tehran attacks by phone

LONDON, June 7 - Iran's President Hassan Rouhani and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron spoke by phone on Wednesday and discussed the bomb and gun attacks that killed 12 people in Tehran earlier in the day, Rouhani's chief of staff told state broadcaster IRIB.
Hamid Aboutalebi was quoted as saying that both presidents "promised expansion of cooperation in the fight against terrorism."
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