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    Iran's Revolutionary Guards have promised to teach Washington "new lessons" if the US designates them as terrorists.

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    The US administration "only understands swear words", the Iranian Armed Forces' spokesman said on Tuesday. In his turn, the Iranian Foreign Ministry's spokesman vowed a "crushing" response should the US designate the Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organization.

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