Top U.S. House Republicans call for 'measured response' to Iran
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Several top U.S. House Republicans, including leader Kevin McCarthy, said on Thursday the United States must undertake a 'measured response' to Iran after Washington accused Tehran of shooting down a drone and attacking oil tankers. 'Iran directly attacked a United States asset over international waters.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Several top U.S. House Republicans, including leader Kevin McCarthy, said on Thursday the United States must undertake a "measured response" to Iran after Washington accused Tehran of shooting down a drone and attacking oil tankers.
"Iran directly attacked a United States asset over international waters. This provocation comes a week after they attacked and destroyed two commercial tankers in international waters," McCarthy and Representatives Michael McCaul, Mac Thornberry and Devin Nunes said in a statement.
(Reporting by Eric Beech; Editing by Mohammad Zargham)
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