President Donald Trump talks with reporters aboard Air Force One, Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, en route to Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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The United States Thursday extended some sanctions relief for Iran under the 2015 nuclear deal, the State Department said, but no decision has been made on whether to preserve the deal itself.At the same time, President Donald Trump said that Iran is violating "the spirit" of the Iran nuclear deal and the U.S. Treasury announced new cyber-related sanctions on about a dozen Iranian individuals or entities. Nauert did not specify which sanctions the administration had waived. Earlier, sources said the United States will renew a waiver of the most punitive, sanctions it imposed on Iran before the nuclear deal was ultimately struck.
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