U.S. and Iran-backed forces exchange fire in Syria as nations get closer to new nuclear deal
On Wednesday, rockets were fired at coalition bases in Syria by Iranian-backed groups after U.S. airstrikes hit key infrastructure targets. The back and forth comes as the U.S. and Iran inch closer to agreeing to a return to the nuclear deal that the Trump Administration walked away from.
Here & Now‘s security analyst Jim Walsh breaks down the latest developments with host Scott Tong.
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