Last week, Iranian President Rohani made similar threats in response to possibility of U.S. imposed sanctions
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Of the 12 men who made up to the group, only these four are still alive
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Taliban spokesperson responds Trump's announcement that he will deploy additional troops to Afghanistan
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Trump opens door to troop increase in Afghanistan without specifying numbers or timeframe, lays out tough approach to Pakistan
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Both Israel's prime minister and U.S. President Donald Trump are enamored by the Russian president, but for very different reasons