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Iraqi Militias Strongly Reject U.S. Designation Of Iran's Guards As A Terrorist Group

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Iraqi Militias Strongly Reject U.S. Designation Of Iran's Guards As A Terrorist Group

Iraqi Militias Strongly Reject U.S. Designation Of Iran's Guards As A Terrorist Group

According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, a group of Iraq&apos;s Shi&apos;ite militia groups said that they strongly reject the designation of Iran&apos;s Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist organization by the United States.

The groups, supported and trained by Tehran, reportedly delivered a statement from the home of Iran&apos;s consul-general in the Shi&apos;ite holy city of Najaf.

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