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Iran's Next Move in the Fight Against Terrorism

Jun 16, 2017 | 22:30 GMT
Police officers stand outside Iran's parliament building in Tehran following an attack by several gunmen on June 7. Iran may well use the threat of terrorism to push its agenda outside its borders.
(MAJID SAEEDI/Getty Images)

Sandwiched between Iraq and Afghanistan, and sharing a border with Pakistan, it seems almost miraculous that Iran hasn't suffered a major act of domestic terrorism in over 15 years. That changed on June 7, however, when twin attacks in Tehran left 17 dead and around 50 injured. The Islamic State...

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