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Pelosi moves to limit Trump’s military power in Iran
Democrats’ only platform is ‘Trump derangement’: Rep. Norman
State Secretary Pompeo reacts to attacks on US embassy in Baghdad
How Trump criticized Obama’s policy toward Iran
Iran not yet ready for war against US: Walid Phares
Who was Qassam Soleimani, and what does his death mean for Iran — and the U.S.?
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Who was Qassam Soleimani, and what does his death mean for Iran — and the U.S.?

JUDY WOODRUFF: An elite Iranian general is dead, and the United States and Iran are closer to conflict. The U.S. military killed Qasem Soleimani in Iraq today. Washington called it self-defense. Tehran called it a crime and vowed vengeance. Foreign

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Why the U.S. military targeted Qassam Soleimani — and how Iran might react
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Why the U.S. military targeted Qassam Soleimani — and how Iran might react

JUDY WOODRUFF: One question now, how may Iran respond to today’s American military strike, and how well-prepared is the U.S. military to withstand Iran’s retaliation? Nick Schifrin is back with more on that. NICK SCHIFRIN: We now get two views

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Neither Iran nor US want an ‘all-out war’: Gen. Jack Keane
Why Iraq’s government has been unable to find a new prime minister
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Why Iraq’s government has been unable to find a new prime minister

AMNA NAWAZ: In Iraq, months-long protests in major cities led to the resignation of one prime minister, bowing to demands for reform. But political leaders have been unable to name a replacement, leaving protesters as animated as ever. “NewsHour” correspondent

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