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Iran's Rouhani tells U.S., lift sanctions, then we'll talk

CBS News Tuesday, 27 August 2019
Iran's Rouhani tells U.S., lift sanctions, then we'll talkIranian president Hassan Rouhani and President Trump signaled they were willing to meet each other, but Iran is demanding that Washington lift sanctions first before any meetings. CBS News State Department and foreign affairs reporter Christina Ruffini joins CBSN to explain the latest developments.
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Iran will not talk to the United States until all sanctions imposed on Tehran are lifted, President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday, a day after President Donald Trump said he would meet his Iranian counterpart to try to end a nuclear standoff. Emily Wither reports.

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