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U.S. sanctions Iran's nuclear research unit, urges Tehran to negotiate

Reuters Friday, 22 March 2019
The United States on Friday imposed sanctions on 14 people and 17 entities connected to an Iranian research organization it said had played a central role in the country's past nuclear weapons effort and which remains active.
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