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President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan pay their respects and tribute to the 13 American civilian and 4 U.S. military personnel victims of the embassy bombing. Iran and Its proxy Hezbollah were accused of being behind the bombing
President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan pay their respects and tribute to the 13 American civilian and 4 U.S. military personnel victims of the embassy bombing. Iran and Its proxy Hezbollah were accused of being behind the bombing
Iran’s state TV is reporting the country’s president has harshly criticized a recent U.S. court ruling that allows the seizure of Iranian assets.

The Wednesday report on the state TV website quotes President Hassan Rouhani as calling the ruling a blatant theft and an example of enduring American hostility toward Iran.

Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the families of victims of a 1983 bombing in Lebanon and other attacks linked to Iran can collect nearly $2 billion of frozen funds from Iran as compensation.

Addressing a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Rouhani added, “The move indicates Washington’s continued hostility against the Iranian nation.”

The Associated Press

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