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Iran nuclear deal: Trump poised to withdraw support

BBC News Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
Iran nuclear deal: Trump poised to withdraw supportThe US president is expected to withdraw support for the nuclear deal, despite pressure from allies.
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News video: Iran nuclear deal: Trump set to outline position in major speech

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Will he or won’t he certify the Iran new clear deal? All eyes are on President Trump as he prepares to make a crucial speech later on Friday which could make or break the historic agreement. The deal saw sanctions eased on Tehran in exchange for curbs on its nuclear activity. International...

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