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You will regret withdrawing from nuclear deal: Iran's Hassan Rouhani warns Donald Trump

DNA Monday, 9 April 2018
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday that US President Donald Trump would regret it if he withdraws from a nuclear deal that Tehran and six world powers signed in 2015, as Iran's response would be stronger than imagined.

"Iran will not violate the nuclear deal, but if the United States withdraws from the deal, they...
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