US Iran drone crisis

US Iran drone crisis

Videographic locating Iranian territorial waters in the Gulf. Iran said Friday it had "indisputable" evidence a US drone it downed had violated its airspace, as reports emerged in the US that President Donald Trump had approved then scrapped reta...
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