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UK says 'last chance' for Iran to save nuclear deal


Resumed talks to save the Iran nuclear deal are the Islamic republic's "last chance" to take a "serious" position, UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss says at a G7 foreign ministers meeting. SOUNDBITE

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