US President Donald Trump has reluctantly agreed to hold off on imposing long-held sanctions against Iran, effectively renewing the nuclear deal created by Barack Obama. However, he said he wouldn’t renew it again – and now all parties have 120 days to find a new deal that he approves of. Photo: Bloomberg US President Donald Trump has reluctantly agreed to hold off on imposing long-held sanctions against Iran, effectively renewing the nuclear deal created by Barack Obama. However, he said he wouldn’t renew it again – and now all parties have 120 days to find a new deal that he approves of. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Donald Trump has reluctantly agreed to hold off on imposing long-held sanctions against Iran, effectively renewing the nuclear deal created by Barack Obama. However, he said he wouldn’t renew it again – and now all parties have 120 days to find a new deal that he approves of. Photo: Bloomberg
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Donald Trump renews Iran nuclear deal – for the last time, says White House

After heavy pressure from advisers and international heads of state, a reluctant Trump renewed the nuclear deal he has lambasted for years – but said he wants another deal within 120 days or the US will pull out

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US President Donald Trump has reluctantly agreed to hold off on imposing long-held sanctions against Iran, effectively renewing the nuclear deal created by Barack Obama. However, he said he wouldn’t renew it again – and now all parties have 120 days to find a new deal that he approves of. Photo: Bloomberg US President Donald Trump has reluctantly agreed to hold off on imposing long-held sanctions against Iran, effectively renewing the nuclear deal created by Barack Obama. However, he said he wouldn’t renew it again – and now all parties have 120 days to find a new deal that he approves of. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Donald Trump has reluctantly agreed to hold off on imposing long-held sanctions against Iran, effectively renewing the nuclear deal created by Barack Obama. However, he said he wouldn’t renew it again – and now all parties have 120 days to find a new deal that he approves of. Photo: Bloomberg
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