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Iran says sacking of Bolton won't lead to talks with U.S.

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
The resignation of White House National Security Adviser John Bolton, a hawk on Iran, will not lead to talks between Washington and Tehran, Iran said on Wednesday.
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Iran is saying that Washington should distance itself from "warmongers" after the resignation of hawkish White House National Security Adviser John Bolton. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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