Iran denies involvement in killing three US troops

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Iran denied on Monday any links to a drone strike in Jordan that killed three US military personnel and said it was not seeking an expansion of conflict in the Middle East.
The killing of three American troops on Sunday in a strike in Jordan marked the first US military losses in the region since the Israel-Hamas war began.
US President Joe Biden said radical Iran-backed militant groups operating in Syria and Iraq were behind the strike on the frontier base in Jordan’s northeast.
Iran lambasted what it described as baseless accusations and said they were a projection and part of a conspiracy of those who see their interests in dragging America’s foot into a new battle.

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