Outside/In: Rules of Engagement : Throughline The US and Iran have been in some state of conflict for the last 40 years, since the Iranian revolution. This week, we look at three key moments in this conflict to better understand where it might go next.
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Thousands of Iranians participate in a mass funeral in Tehran for the people who died on Iran Air Flight 655. The plane was shot down by the USS Vincennes on July 3, 1988, and all 290 people on board were killed. Mohammad Sayyad/CP/AP hide caption

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Thousands of Iranians participate in a mass funeral in Tehran for the people who died on Iran Air Flight 655. The plane was shot down by the USS Vincennes on July 3, 1988, and all 290 people on board were killed.

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The US and Iran have been in some state of conflict for the last 40 years, since the Iranian revolution. This week, we look at three key moments in this conflict to better understand where it might go next.


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