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Biden Says US Strike in Syria Was 'Be Careful' Warning to Iran

Biden Says US Strike in Syria Was 'Be Careful' Warning to Iran
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Friday, 26 February 2021 05:45 PM EST

President Joe Biden said U.S. airstrikes in Syria that killed militants linked to Iran was a warning to the Islamic Republic to be cautious as its proxies challenge American allies in the Mideast.

Asked while visiting a National Guard vaccination site in Houston what message the strike was intended to send to Iran, Biden said: “You can’t act with impunity.

"Be careful.”

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President Joe Biden said U.S. airstrikes in Syria that killed militants linked to Iran was a warning to the Islamic Republic to be cautious as its proxies challenge American allies in the Mideast.Asked while visiting a National Guard vaccination site in Houston what message...
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