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US VP Mike Pence takes aim at European allies over Iran deal

US Vice President Mike Pence has criticized European partners for sticking to the 2015 nuclear accord with Iran, after the US withdrew. He also condemned the Nord Stream 2 oil pipeline between Russia and Germany.

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