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Trump threatens to 'substantially' increase sanctions on Iran

Reuters Wednesday, 10 July 2019
President Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that U.S. sanctions on Iran would be increased "substantially" soon, as the U.N. nuclear watchdog held an emergency meeting at Washington's request to weigh Tehran's breach of a nuclear deal.
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