Iran ready to resume nuclear program

The country will renew its nuclear program on an "industrial scale" if the international deal to wind down the program collapsesi

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Iran will resume the country's nuclear program on an "industrial scale" if the groundbreaking international deal to wind down the country's nuclear weapons collapses, says Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif according to CNN.

The minister was speaking after US president Donald Trump announced earlier in the week that the US was pulling out of the deal.

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