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Iran nuclear deal: European powers say Islamic Republic 'not meeting' terms, threaten more sanctions

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 14 January 2020
A trio of western powers is paving the way Tuesday for sanctions to be re-imposed on economically-strained Iran if the Islamic Republic continues to back away from its international nuclear deal.
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News video: Europeans put Iran deal into formal dispute

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France, Britain, and Germany have triggered a mechanism that puts the Iran nuclear deal into dispute, which if no resolution is reached, could lead to a return to the U.N. sanctions it lifted. Lucy Fielder reports.

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