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All we need to know about Iran’s intentions and the 2015 nuclear deal

Brisbane Times Thursday, 9 January 2020
With Iran rapidly closing the gap towards nuclear breakout, a diplomatic imperative has arisen for all stakeholders, including Australia, writes the AIJAC's Ahron Shapiro.
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News video: Iran Announces Final Step In Reducing 2015 Nuclear Deal Commitments

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Iran has been gradually reducing its commitments under the nuclear deal since President Trump pulled the U.S. out of the agreement in 2018.

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