Timeline: From Nuclear Deal To Conflict With Iran | NPR

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Published on 21 Jan 2020, 15:22
To explain the most recent escalation in tensions between the U.S. and Iran, you can start in 2018 — when President Trump withdrew from a 2015 deal designed to keep Iran's nuclear program in check.

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