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Israel Warns Iran ‘Will Be Hit Hard in War’, Vows Not to Allow Tehran ‘to Obtain Nuclear Weapons’

RIA Nov. Tuesday, 2 July 2019
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News video: Israeli Prime Minister Said 'Spy Mission' Proved Iran Pursued Nuclear Weapons Program

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said President Donald Trump knew about a “spy mission” in Tehran. Netanyahu said he informed Trump that the “mission” was meant to obtain a secret Iranian nuclear archive. According to Reuters, he said the documents retrieved proved Iran previously...

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