Iran: US ‘must lift sanctions’ before we talk
06 August 2019 | 9:33 am
War with Iran would be the "mother of all wars," Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said in a live TV address. The US must lift all sanctions if it wants to negotiate with Tehran, he warned.
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