LONDON/PARIS/BRUSSELS – Germany, Britain and France are scrambling to keep talks with Iran over its 2015 nuclear agreement alive despite Tehran having all but torn up the deal after the United States killed its top military commander.
In its first formal response to the killing of Qassem Soleimani in a drone strike at Baghdad International Airport, Iran said Sunday it would abandon limits on its enrichment of uranium, further breaching a central component of the deal it struck with six major powers.
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