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Europe should mull renewed sanctions on Iran over nuclear breaches, Germany suggests

Reuters India Monday, 11 November 2019
Britain, France and Germany must be ready to react to Iran's breaches of its 2015 nuclear deal and this could mean reimposing international sanctions on Tehran, though Europe still wants to save the accord, the German foreign minister said on Monday.
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