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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Trita Parsi, of the National Iranian American Council, about the Trump administration's standoff with Iran. Iran's military has shot down a U.S. drone in the Persian Gulf.

Drone Shootdown Dispute Centers On Whose Airspace It Was In

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