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Nuclear changes, more troops heighten US-Iran tensions

Hindu Tuesday, 18 June 2019
On the unravelling of the multinational nuclear deal, some of its supporters blamed the Trump administration for Iran’s provocative announcements, saying they were predictable given the renewed U.S. pressure.
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