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Bolton Is Willing to Testify in Trump Impeachment Trial, Raising Pressure for Witnesses
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Khamenei Wants to Put Iran's Stamp on Reprisal for U.S. Killing of Top General

Khamenei Wants to Put Iran's Stamp on Reprisal for U.S. Killing of Top General

By FARNAZ FASSIHI and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

In a departure from Iran's usual tactics of hiding behind proxies, the country's supreme leader wants any retaliation for the killing of a top military commander to be carried out openly by Iranian forces.

Bolton Is Willing to Testify in Trump Impeachment Trial, Raising Pressure for Witnesses

Bolton Is Willing to Testify in Trump Impeachment Trial, Raising Pressure for Witnesses

By NICHOLAS FANDOS and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

The former national security adviser, who has complied with a White House directive not to cooperate in the inquiry, said he would testify if the Senate subpoenaed him.

Pentagon Rules Out Striking Iranian Cultural Sites, Contradicting Trump

Pentagon Rules Out Striking Iranian Cultural Sites, Contradicting Trump

By PETER BAKER and MAGGIE HABERMAN

The defense secretary acknowledged that "the laws of armed conflict" prohibited attacking antiquities and said the military had no plans to do so, even though the president declared them targets.

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