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French President Emmanuel Macron warned of the risk of "conflict" in the standoff with Iran after Tehran announced plans to boost its uranium enrichment capacity and as Europe scrambles to save a beleaguered nuclear deal.At a news conference with visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the French leader called on "everyone to stabilize the situation and not give into this escalation which would lead to only one thing: conflict". He said that the Iranian decision to expand its nuclear infrastructure did not constitute grounds for quitting a 2015 deal designed to stop Iran getting a nuclear bomb.Netanyahu, who has vigorously opposed the accord, said he had not attempted to convince Macron to abandon it.The Israeli prime minister has been emboldened by Trump's decision to pull out of the deal – and the threat of reprisals against foreign firms that do business in the U.S. who choose to remain in Iran.
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