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France, Britain, Germany to trigger Iran deal dispute mechanism: diplomats

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
France, Britain and Germany will on Tuesday inform the European Union on Tuesday that they are triggering a dispute mechanism in the Iran nuclear deal following renewed violations by Tehran of the 2015 accord, two European diplomats said.
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