UNSC members shown 'Iranian-made' missile debris

The US wants the Security Council to take tougher action against Iran and is using debris it claims came from a Houthi missile fired at Saudi Arabia to make its case.

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    The US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has taken members of the UN Security Council on a tour of Washington, DC.

    Among the highlights was a look at what the administration says are recovered parts of Iranian missiles and equipment.

    First unveiled in December, Haley says they are evidence of Tehran's violations of Security Council resolutions.

    Al Jazeera's James Bays, reports from Washington, DC.


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