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German MPs call out Iran's human rights violations amid nuclear deal tension

Deutsche Welle Monday, 16 April 2018
Donald Trump's nuclear deal threat distracts attention from the Iranian government's dire human rights record, say German lawmakers. They also warn exiting the agreement is "the quickest way to Iran getting the bomb."
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