Sectarian Tension in Iraq Exerts Pressure on Iran-Syria Ties

Sectarian Tension in Iraq Exerts Pressure on Iran-Syria Ties

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<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Sectarian tension in Iraq is putting stress on the strategic partnership between Shia-dominated Iran and predominantly Sunni Syria. The ability of Tehran and Damascus to harmonize their diverging national interests could have profound implications for Middle East security, as well as international efforts to clamp down on Iran's nuclear program.</span></span></p>

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Sectarian Tension in Iraq Exerts Pressure on Iran-Syria Ties

Sectarian Tension in Iraq Exerts Pressure on Iran-Syria Ties

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<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Sectarian tension in Iraq is putting stress on the strategic partnership between Shia-dominated Iran and predominantly Sunni Syria. The ability of Tehran and Damascus to harmonize their diverging national interests could have profound implications for Middle East security, as well as international efforts to clamp down on Iran's nuclear program.</span></span></p>

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Sectarian Tension in Iraq Exerts Pressure on Iran-Syria Ties

Sectarian Tension in Iraq Exerts Pressure on Iran-Syria Ties

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<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Sectarian tension in Iraq is putting stress on the strategic partnership between Shia-dominated Iran and predominantly Sunni Syria. The ability of Tehran and Damascus to harmonize their diverging national interests could have profound implications for Middle East security, as well as international efforts to clamp down on Iran's nuclear program.</span></span></p>

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Sectarian Tension in Iraq Exerts Pressure on Iran-Syria Ties

Sectarian Tension in Iraq Exerts Pressure on Iran-Syria Ties

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<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span class="color_2">Sectarian tension in Iraq is putting stress on the strategic partnership between Shia-dominated Iran and predominantly Sunni Syria. The ability of Tehran and Damascus to harmonize their diverging national interests could have profound implications for Middle East security, as well as international efforts to clamp down on Iran's nuclear program.</span></span></p>

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