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Europeans trigger dispute mechanism in Iran nuclear deal

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
France, Britain and Germany formally triggered the dispute mechanism in Iran's nuclear deal with world powers on Tuesday, the strongest step they have taken so far to enforce an agreement that requires Iran to curb its nuclear program.
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