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Iran, UN nuclear monitor extend inspection deal till June

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Vienna (AFP) – The UN nuclear watchdog and Iran on Monday said an agreement to monitor Tehran’s activities would be extended by a month till June 24, as world powers hold talks to revive a 2015 nuclear deal. Global powers have been meeting in Vienna since early April in a bid to bring Washington back to the deal — which the US left in 2018. The withdrawal under then president Donald Trump and re-imposition of sanctions led to Iran stepping up its nuclear activities. Iran in late February limited the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)’s access to nuclear sites it has been monitoring as …

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