An Iranian protester holds a banner depicting US president and a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader as people shout slogans during an anti-US demonstration after Friday prayer in the capital Tehran on May 11, 2018. / AFP / STR
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As Iran's foreign minister embarked on a diplomatic tour Sunday to save the nuclear deal, his government faced mounting pressure from hardliners at home who say the West should never have been trusted.Mirroring the line taken by supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Jannati said there was little chance the Europeans would provide the assurances needed for Iran to stay in the deal.Immediately after U.S. President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the deal last Tuesday, Rouhani said he had instructed Iran's Atomic Energy Organization to prepare for "industrial enrichment without limit" unless Iran's interests were guaranteed by the remaining parties.
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