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US, Europe at odds over Revolutionary Guard-backed airline

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WASHINGTON (AP) — An Iranian airline, backed by the country’s notorious Revolutionary Guard and used to ferry weapons and fighters to support Syria’s government, has acquired rights to fly commercial routes in more than a dozen European and Asian countries in spite of U.S. terror-related sanctions. The Iranian nuclear agreement, signed by six world powers […]
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