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the Supreme Court dealing a stunning blow to the nation on Iran Wednesday ordering nearly two billion dollars in frozen Iranian assets turned over to the families of soldiers killed in the nineteen eighty three marine barracks bombing in Beirut the ruling upholds a controversial twenty twelve law requiring the money be given to the family after they won a lawsuit blaming Tehran for the bombing writing for the majority in the case brought by around central bank justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said the move by Congress did not violate the constitution's separation of powers the bombing killed two hundred and forty one American servicemen and led to the withdrawal of US troops in the region dissident calming a bit improving relations between the U. S. in Iran in the wake of last year's landmark nuclear deal