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Iran encourages Gaza war protests in US to stoke outrage and distrust, intelligence chief says

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July 09, 2024

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Iranian government is covertly encouraging American campus protests over Israel's war against Hamas in Gaza in a bid to stoke outrage ahead of the fall election, the nation's top intelligence official said Tuesday.

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