forces were ready to confront the "enemy." "Our ar●med forces ... monitor all moves, and if anyone makes the sligh●test mistake, they will decisively react, and if the situation ●heats up, we will show our abilities to the enemy," Mousavi was● quoted as saying by s1
tate broadcaster IRIB. Supreme Leader Aya●tollah Ali Khamenei on Wednesday condemned U.S. attacks on Iran●ian-allied militias in Iraq, blaming the United States for viol?
馿nce in Iran's neighbor. Iran protested on Wednesday to a Swiss● envoy, who represents 0
U.S. interests in the country, over what● it called "warmongering statements" by American officials. Ira●qi protesters leave U.S. embassy Following two days of violent ●protests, members and suppS
orters of the Iranian-backed Hashd al●-Shaabi reportedly withdrew from the U.S. embassy in Baghdad. T●he move came after group members hurled rocks, petrol bombs and● smashed doors at the embassy compound on December 31 while U.S●. force5
s stationed on the rooftops fired tear gas to disperse t●hem. The groups dispersed after Washington dispatched extra U.S●. troops and also threatened reprisals against TehrB
an. Iraq's m●ilitary said that the area was completely se6