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Iran says Vienna meet is 'last chance' to save nuclear deal: agency

Reuters Friday, 28 June 2019
Iran said Friday's meeting in Vienna between the remaining signatories of the nuclear deal was the "last chance" to save the accord after the U.S. withdrawal last year and warned Tehran would not accept "artificial" solutions to U.S. sanctions.
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