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Iran says no to 'Trump deal' to solve nuclear row

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Iran says no to 'Trump deal' to solve nuclear row

Iran says no to 'Trump deal' to solve nuclear row

Iran&apos;s President Hassan Rouhani has called the idea of a &quot;Trump deal&quot; to replace the 2015 nuclear pact a &quot;strange offer,&quot; and advocated sticking to the current one.

The suggestion was from Britain&apos;s Boris Johnson.

Lucy Fielder reports.

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