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U.S. insists ‘snapback’ sanctions against Iran are in force, but most of the world says that’s illegal

Washington Post Sunday, 20 September 2020
The Trump administration plans this week to spell out how it intends to enforce U.N. sanctions against Iran that the international community says it has no right to reimpose because it withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal. Iran’s currency sank to a historic low.
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Washington to declare UN sanctions back in effect on Tehran despite overwhelming objection from international community.

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