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Iran & Saudi Arabia saber-rattling: Who would have the best chance in an all-out war?

  • Wed, 15 Nov 2017 03:20
Preview Tensions between Saudi Arabia and regional nemesis Iran are even higher than usual, with Riyadh targeting Tehran ally Hezbollah. If an actual military conflict between the two breaks out, who would have the best chance at prevailing?
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