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Iranian sports journalist Raha Purbakhsh shows off her ticket to attend a World Cup qualifier in front of Azadi Stadium in Tehran on Tuesday. Iran has essentially banned women from entering the stadium for decades. Atta Kenare/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called for Saudi Arabia to reject U.S. intervention during his speech at the U.N. General Assembly in New York City on Wednesday. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, is in New York this week to make the case for lifting sanctions on his country. Eslah Attar for NPR hide caption

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Iran's Foreign Minister: 'Abandon The Illusion' That Tehran Will Cave To Pressure

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Speedboats from Iran's Revolutionary Guard circle the British-flagged oil tanker Stena Impero on Sunday, July 21 in the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas, after it was seized in the Strait of Hormuz two days earlier. Morteza Akhoondi/AP hide caption

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Saudi Arabia's military displays what it says is wreckage from drones and cruise missiles used to attack Saudi Aramco oil facilities. A Saudi spokesman says the weapons did not come from Yemen, as a rebel group has claimed, but from Iran. Vivian Nereim/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Smoke was seen billowing from an Aramco facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia, after it came under attack on Saturday. Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters hide caption

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U.S. Satellites Detected Iran Readying Weapons Ahead Of Saudi Strike, Officials Say

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Samantha Power speaks on Jan. 13, 2017, during her final press conference as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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In New Memoir, Samantha Power Describes Going From Idealist To Diplomat

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This image tweeted by President Trump is believed to have come from a highly classified U.S. reconnaissance satellite known as USA 224. Donald J. Trump Twitter account via AP hide caption

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Can President Trump Really Tweet A Highly Classified Satellite Photo? Yep, He Can

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A satellite image from Thursday shows smoke billowing from a launch pad at the Imam Khomeini Space Center in northern Iran. Planet Labs Inc. via Middlebury Institute of International Studies hide caption

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