Iran prepares to violate uranium limit in nuclear deal
23 June 2019 | 12:29 pm
The Islamic Republic has signaled its intention to exceed limits on uranium enrichment under the deal. Iranian officials said European guarantors still have time to save the accord before it surpasses "the 300 kg limit."
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