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The Houthis' Missile Forces operating in Yemen took credit for launching a Burkan H2 missile at Saudi Arabia's capital.
Iran is denying giving rebels in Yemen the missile they fired into Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.
The Houthis' Missile Forces took credit for launching a Burkan H2 missile at Saudi Arabia's capital. The question is how they got it.
Last week, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley accused Iran of supplying missile parts to Houthi rebels.
On Tuesday, Haley said the latest missile launch "bears all the hallmarks of previous attacks using Iranian-provided weapons."
On Wednesday, Iran said it would file a U.N. complaint against the U.S. for its accusations.
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They were freed in a deal that saw President Biden agree to the release of $6 billion of frozen Iranian assets owed by South Korea.
Officers responding to a call that a child was being victimized by a sexual predator told the girl's dad she could be arrested for sending child porn.
Police said the suspect had made his way into Park Valley Church with a loaded handgun, extra ammunition and two folding knives before being stopped.
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