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Trump administration declares sanctions on Iran 'restored' ahead of UN General Assembly

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Trump administration declares sanctions on Iran 'restored' ahead of UN General Assembly

Trump administration declares sanctions on Iran 'restored' ahead of UN General Assembly

Mike Pompeo has said that UN sanctions on Iran are restored in a move that most other countries consider illegal.View on euronews


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