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Trump administration insists UN sanctions on Iran are restored. No, they're not, says United Nations

USATODAY.com Sunday, 20 September 2020
Trump administration declares that UN sanctions eased against Iran as part of a nuclear accord have been reimposed. It is virtually alone in this.
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Mike Pompeo has said that UN sanctions on Iran are restored in a move that most other countries consider illegal.View on euronews

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