Iran Ends Nuclear Limits as Killing of Iranian General Upends Mideast

Ben Hubbard, Alissa J. Rubin, Farnaz Fassihi and Steven Erlanger of the New York Times –

The consequences of the American assassination of a top Iranian general rippled across the Middle East and beyond on Sunday, with Iran all but abandoning a landmark nuclear agreement and Iraqi lawmakers voting to expel American forces from their country.

Warning Iran not to attack, President Trump said the United States had pinpointed 52 targets in Iran — including cultural sites. The sites, he said, represented the 52 American hostages held at the United States Embassy in Tehran during the Islamic Revolution in 1979.

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