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Trump Again Keeps U.S. In Iran Nuclear Deal — But Threatens To Get Out Later

NPR Friday, 12 January 2018
Trump Again Keeps U.S. In Iran Nuclear Deal — But Threatens To Get Out LaterThe president has called for the U.S. to renegotiate or leave the deal, but decided Friday to continue waiving some sanctions. The Treasury Department also announced several new economic sanctions.
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Iran says it will retaliate for new sanctions imposed by U.S. President Donald Trump, the day after he signed the nuclear sanctions waiver for what he said was the last time. Lucy Fielder reports.

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