People shop in the old main bazaar, in Tehran, Iran, Tuesday, April 10, 2018. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
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EU foreign ministers Monday discussed how they could persuade the U.S. not to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal, but stopped short of imposing new sanctions on Tehran.Britain, France and Germany used a meeting of the EU's 28 foreign ministers to try to build support for expanding sanctions against Iran to punish it for its ballistic missile program and its role in regional conflicts including Syria and Yemen.Trump has long derided the deal as a capitulation to Tehran and has declared it no longer is in U.S. interests to maintain the sanctions relief his predecessor Barack Obama granted Iran in return for controls on its nuclear program.
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