Putin has said Moscow will continue to honor its obligations under the Iran nuclear deal. AFP / POOL / Alexander Zemlianichenko
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Iran nuclear deal is coming to an endIran's powerful Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said Sunday that the time for Europe to show it can save the nuclear deal was coming to an end. The other parties to the deal – Britain, France, Germany, China and Russia – have vowed to stay in the accord but have been scrambling to ensure Tehran gets enough economic benefits to persuade it to stay in the deal. However, the five states appear powerless to stop their companies pulling out of Iran for fear of U.S. penalties.In other developments, Iran's Parliament voted Sunday to suspend discussion of joining the U.N. Terrorism Financing Convention for two months, while it waits to see whether its nuclear deal will survive.
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