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Iran personnel 'in Crimea' helping Russia war on Ukraine: State Department

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Iranian personnel have been on the ground in Russian-occupied Crimea helping Moscow's forces conduct attacks on Ukraine with Iran-made drones, the US State Department says. "We assess that Iranian military personnel were on the ground in Crimea and assisted Russia in these operations," State Department spokesperson Ned Price tells reporters at a briefing. SOUNDBITE

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