DUBAI (Reuters) – A Revolutionary Guards commander stated Iran would take “harsher revenge quickly” after Tehran launched missile assaults on U.S. targets in Iraq in retaliation for final week’s U.S. killing of an Iranian basic, Tasnim information company reported on Thursday.

The company was quoting senior commander Abdollah Araghi, talking after U.S. President Donald Trump stated on Wednesday that Iran seemed to be “standing down” after the missile strikes that didn’t hurt any U.S. troops in Iraq.

In a separate report, Tasnim quoted the deputy Guards head, Ali Fadavi, as saying Iranian missile assaults on U.S. targets have been a show of Iran’s navy energy and stated U.S. forces “couldn’t do a rattling factor.”

Reporting by Parisa Hafezi and Babak Dehghanpisheh; Modifying by Edmund Blair

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