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EU leaders locked between differing interests in Iran

EU leaders will Wednesday night discuss the US decision to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran. The leaders face a dilemma between geopolitical interests on one side, and earnings for European companies on the other.

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When EU leaders meet tonight in Sofia ahead of tomorrow's Balkan summit, the plan was for a peaceful discussion about digital economy, innovation and food research.

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