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Iran FM briefs parliament on Trump’s threat to nuclear deal

Seattle Times Wednesday, 11 October 2017
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s foreign minister has warned of a tough response from Tehran if President Donald Trump presses ahead with his threats to scuttle the landmark 2015 nuclear deal. The state-run IRNA news agency is says Mohammad Javad Zarif briefed lawmakers during a closed session of parliament on Trump’s anticipated refusal to certify […]
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The tough line drawn by President Donald Trump has been met with a show of unity from both sides of Iran's political divide, bringing together hardliners who see the United States as an enemy and pragmatists who seek peaceful relations with the West. On Tuesday, Iran threatened to teach America "new...

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