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Iran says US sanctions derail nuclear deal

SBS Wednesday, 16 May 2018
New US sanctions imposed on Iran are a bid to derail efforts to save the 2015 nuclear deal by remaining signatories, an Iranian foreign ministry spokesman says.
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Europe and Iran sought a united front at talks in Brussels on Tuesday to save the nuclear deal U.S. President Donald Trump abandoned last week. But as David Pollard reports, the EU appears to have few options at its disposal.

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