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The Wall Street Journal reports:

A state television channel in Iran said the government summoned the Swiss ambassador, who represents U.S. interests in Iran, to complain about American interference. The two countries broke off diplomatic relations after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. An English-language state-run channel quoted the government as calling Western interference “intolerable.”

Hmmm.  Is this just another instance of their usual go-to position on everything, or does it foreshadow some kind of crackdown on “agents of foreign influence” or some such?

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