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Here is everything Iran’s leader tweeted today about the nuke deal and the Yemen war

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei attended a meeting with religious poets and panegyrists in Tehran. (Handout via AFP)

Iran's supreme leader has had a prolific morning on Twitter, as he shared parts of his speech given to a group of poets and panegyrists he met with in Tehran earlier Thursday.

In remarks published on his official Web site, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he “is neither for nor against” the nuclear framework agreement Iran reached last week with world powers. In his comments on Twitter, he indicated that the final deal, which negotiators hope to achieve by June 30, could entirely depend on "the details."

Here is a stream of tweets focused on the nuclear deal.

Khamenei then switched gears to talk about Yemen, directly warning the Saudis for their involvement in the conflict in the country.

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