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Iranian Navy Targeted US Helicopter

Newsmax Tuesday, 29 November 2016 ()
The Iranian navy targeted a U.S. Navy helicopter near the Strait of Hormuz on Saturday, and U.S. officials called the incident unsafe and unprofessional.
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News video: Iran Official Says U.S. Military Presence in the Gulf Poses the Main Risk of Conflict

Iran Official Says U.S. Military Presence in the Gulf Poses the Main Risk of Conflict 00:53

The U.S. military presence in the Gulf poses the main risk of conflict in the region, an Iranian military official said on Tuesday after Washington said an Iranian vessel had pointed its weapon at a U.S. helicopter in the strategic Strait of Hormuz. Two U.S.

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