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Theresa May's security officials to discuss Iran nuclear deal with Donald Trump's camp this year

Independent Wednesday, 30 November 2016
British security officials are set to discuss the Iran nuclear deal with Donald Trump's advisors after the President-elect signalled he would "tear up" the agreement.
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Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei threatened a response on Wednesday if the U.S. renews sanctions on his country. He also signaled that Tehran is likely to continue to take a hard-line toward the U.S. after President-elect Donald Trump takes office. Photo: Getty

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