Iran to restart nuclear program if US pulls out of deal

Iran has warned of "unpleasant" consequences if the US pulls out of the nuclear deal signed in 2015.

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If US President Donald Trump and his Iran-hostile security advisor John Bolton make good on their threat to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran, the consequences will be "unpleasant," says Iran's foreign minister, according to several media including AFP.

"America never should have feared Iran producing a nuclear bomb, but we will pursue vigorously our nuclear enrichment. If they want to fear anything, it's up to them," said Iran's foreign minister Muhammed Javad Zarif at a UN meeting in New York.

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