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Iranian soldiers carry part of a target drone used in air-defense exercises. Iran is also turning some target drones into low-tech weapons for its proxies. Iranian Army via AP hide caption

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In Yemen Conflict, Some See A New Age Of Drone Warfare

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As Asia Transforms, Abe Looks To Clarify U.S.-Japan Alliance In Trump Meetings

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President Trump tells reporters in Washington on Friday that the United States intends to send about 1,500 additional troops to the Middle East. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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The USS Arlington, shown in December in Morehead City, N.C., has been sent to the Middle East to bolster an aircraft carrier force sent to counter alleged threats from Iran. MC3 Chris Roys/Navy Office of Information/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says Iran will begin keeping its excess uranium and heavy water, and he set a 60-day deadline for new terms to its nuclear deal before the country will resume higher uranium enrichment. Rouhani is seen here at a cabinet meeting in Tehran on Wednesday. Iranian Presidency Office/AP hide caption

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo departing Rovaniemi, Finland, following the 11th Ministerial Meeting of the Arctic Council. He flew to Baghdad for an unscheduled visit. Mandel Ngan/AP hide caption

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Young women walk past a mural showing the Iranian flag in Tehran on April 23. The White House announced Monday it was ending waivers exempting several countries from U.S. sanctions on Iranian oil exports. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Won't Renew Sanction Exemptions For Countries Buying Iran's Oil

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A man stands in mud in the city of Mamulan in Iran's Lorestan Province. Heavy rain and unprecedented flooding has killed at least 70 people in Iran since mid-March. HOSSEIN MERSADI/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supporters of Marzieh Hashemi, an American-born anchor for Iran's state television broadcaster, demonstrated Wednesday outside the Washington, D.C., federal courthouse where Hashemi has appeared before a grand jury. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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