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U.S. and Iran do not want war, Iraqi PM says

Reuters Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Neither the United States nor Iran want war and Iraq is in contact with both, Iraq's state news agency INA quoted Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi as saying on Tuesday.
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