Iran, France Rush To Finalize $15 Billion Credit Line Amid Escalations

Iran, France Rush To Finalize $15 Billion Credit Line Amid Escalations

France is forging ahead with an effort to extend a $15 billion financial lifeline to Iran in exchange for a commitment from the country to cease violating the nuclear accord. IAEA inspectors on Friday confirmed that Iran "accumulated more enriched uranium and purified it to a higher level than allowed under the country’s 2015 agreement with world powers". That wasn't a surprise. Iran made its intentions to violate the deal clear over the past two months and had previously warned that it br
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