German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron give a joint press conference on April 19, 2018 in Berlin before holding talks at the Humboldt Forum in the Berlin Palace still under construction. AFP / John MACDOUGALL
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About 500 lawmakers from Germany, France and Britain Thursday urged the U.S. Congress to support the Iran nuclear deal which President Donald Trump has threatened to abandon.The MPs from the Parliaments of the three European signatory countries said the landmark 2015 deal was a "major diplomatic breakthrough" that had halted the imminent threat of a nuclear-armed Iran.Trump has derided the deal as a capitulation to Tehran and has declared it no longer 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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