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The Future Of The Iran Nuclear Deal

NPR Saturday, 18 January 2020
The Iran nuclear deal, promising Iran sanctions relief for limited nuclear activity, still exists. European partners want to save the deal but face pressure from both Iran and the U.S.
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The Trump administration reportedly threatened tariffs on Germany, Britain, and France just prior to their announcements that Iran had violated the terms of the nuclear deal established in 2015.

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