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U.S. renews waivers on Iran nuclear work, but sanctions top Iran nuclear official

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U.S. renews waivers on Iran nuclear work, but sanctions top Iran nuclear officialBy Humeyra Pamuk and John Irish WASHINGTON/PARIS (Reuters) - The Trump administration on Thursday said it will allow Russian, Chinese and European companies to continue their work at Iranian nuclear sites, arguing that their presence makes it harder for Tehran to develop nuclear weapons. But the United States also imposed sanctions on Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation (AEOI) and its chief, a move the Iranian entity's spokesman described as a sign of Washington's "despair." The Trump administration, which in 2018 pulled out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and reimposed sanctions on Iran, will let the work go forward by issuing waivers to sanctions that bar non-U.S. firms from dealing with the...
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