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EU Condemns Iran Crackdown, Dangles Possibility of Nuclear Deal

  • Borrell says deal in reach if based on terms agreed in August
  • EU envoy decries Iran’s support for Russia, protest repression
Hossein Amirabdollahian, left, Josep Borrell, center, and French President Emmanuel Macron, fin Jordan, on Dec. 20. 

Hossein Amirabdollahian, left, Josep Borrell, center, and French President Emmanuel Macron, fin Jordan, on Dec. 20. 

Photographer: Khalil Mazraawi/AFP/Getty Images

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The European Union’s top diplomat reprimanded Iran over its support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the repression of protests at home, telling its foreign minister that the nuclear deal can only be restored under the terms negotiated by world powers in August.