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Europe's business heads aim to keep Iran nuclear deal despite US threat - The Guardian

Iranian workers standing in front of Bushehr nuclear power plant. If Donald Trump does not certify the nuclear deal it could unravel. Photograph: Reuters. EU business leaders have said they are prepared to do everything they can to salvage the Iran ...and more »

Donald Trump expected to abandon Iran nuclear deal next week - The Guardian

Donald Trump is expected to withdraw his endorsement of the nuclear deal with Iran next week, leaving its survival uncertain and in the hands of a divided Congress. Adding to the mood of uncertainty hanging over Washington, Trump used a group ...and more »

Iranian president defends nuclear deal, says Trump cannot undermine it - Middle East Eye

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani defended the nuclear deal with Western powers on Saturday and said that US President Donald Trump could not undermine it. Under the 2015 deal, Iran agreed to limit its disputed nuclear programme in return for an easing ...and more »

False Assumptions About the Iran Nuclear Deal - New York Times

On Oct. 15, the Trump administration will for the third time have to decide whether or not to certify that my country, Iran, is complying with Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action — the nuclear deal that was reached in 2015 between Iran and the five ...and more »

Mr. Trump, Don't Scrap the Iran Deal - New York Times

If President Trump refuses to certify that Iran is complying with the nuclear deal this month, he will be making his most feckless foreign policy decision yet. Don't do it, Mr. President. Be a statesman, listen to your own military and intelligence ...and more »

Why Decertifying the Iran Nuclear Deal Would Be a Bad Idea - New York Times

President Trump is expected to announce next week whether he will withdraw certification of the nuclear deal with Iran that was negotiated by the Obama administration. The Washington Post reported Thursday that he is planning to decertify the deal. The ...and more »

Trump to announce new measures against Iran - Financial Times

Donald Trump is expected to designate an elite wing of the Iranian military as a terrorist organisation next week as part of a new hardline strategy against the Islamic republic. A senior administration official said the US president, who is poised to ...and more »

Trump administration seeks face-saving way to 'fix' Iran deal - Financial Times

Senior administration officials are pushing to harden Iran policy without destroying a historic nuclear deal with Iran that US president Donald Trump has called an “embarrassment” and threatened to scrap. Mr Trump has until October 15 to announce ...and more »

Hassan Rouhani warns US not to unpick Iran nuclear deal - Financial Times

Hassan Rouhani has warned the US not to push back against the nuclear deal Iran struck with the world powers in 2015, as President Donald Trump prepares to decertify the landmark agreement next week. “We have achieved benefits during the nuclear talks ...and more »

Trump Won't Say Why He Called Military Dinner 'Calm Before the Storm' - New York Magazine

Be sure to tune in for the next episode of people's actual lives. Photo: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images. It's been an intense and oftentimes horrific week, but for some reason President Trump decided Americans should head into Friday ...and more »