Former CIA chief Brennan to brief Democrats on Iran amid latest tensions

Politicians in Canada and the United States are expected to turn their attention to Iran next week amid heightened concerns over the Trump administration's sudden moves in the region.

U.S. House Democrats have invited former CIA director John Brennan to speak about the situation in Iran next week.

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