You might be surprised that some commonplace activities that many people take for granted around the world are deemed illegal in Iran.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo citied a litany of Iran-sponsored terrorist attacks in Europe and elsewhere in pressing all nations to hold Iran accountable.
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