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  1. Iran Caught Shipping Soldiers to Syria on Commercial Flights in Violation of Nuclear Deal

    Freebeacon.com - Washington (WA) 08.23 / 19:26 freebeacon.com
    New photographs obtained by congressional leaders show Iran shipping militant soldiers to Syria on commercial airline flights, a move that violates the landmark nuclear agreement and has sparked calls from U.S. lawmakers for a formal investigation by the Trump administration, the Washington Free Beacon has learned. The post Iran Caught Shipping Soldiers to Syria on Commercial Flights in Violation of Nuclear Deal appeared first on Washington Free…
  2. At Trump's request, Nikki Haley to examine Iran's compliance with nuclear deal

    Haaretz.com - Middle Easte 08.23 / 12:57 haaretz.com
    U.S. ambassador to the UN says she is asking international atomic agency questions, not pushing it to do…
  3. Cost will be high if nuclear deal is violated

    Poandpo.com - Politics 08.23 / 07:43 poandpo.com
    Iran warned that it has the ability to restart the uranium enrichment process by 20 percent in five days in response to violations of the nuclear agreement by the United States. The head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization (IAEA), Ali Akbar Salehi, referred to the consequences of violating the sealed nuclear agreement…
  4. US asks if Iran military sites to be checked under nuclear deal

    Middleeasteye.net - Middle Easte 08.23 / 00:04 middleeasteye.net
    Language Undefined Iran's top authorities have flatly rejected giving international inspectors access to their military…
  5. Iran official calls for strong reaction to violation of nuclear deal

    Irna.ir - Politics 08.22 / 17:03 irna.ir
    Tehran, Aug 22, IRNA – Government can show a stronger reaction to violation of nuclear deal by other sides, senior Expediancy Council official said on T…
  6. Iran only 'needs just 5 days' to return to uranium enrichment if US backs out of nuclear deal

    Sott.net - World 08.22 / 16:37 sott.net
    Tehran needs only five days to increase uranium enrichment to a level sufficient to make a nuclear weapon, Iran's atomic chief has warned. The warning comes as US President Donald Trump seeks to renegotiate the 2015 nuclear deal. "If there is a plan for a reaction and a challenge, we will definitely surprise them," the head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, Ali Akbar Salehi, said Tuesday, as quoted by AP. "If we make the determination, we are able to resume 20 percent enrichment in at…