Iran's currency falls ahead of expected nuclear deal decertification

CBS News - Friday, 13 October 2017  (6 days ago)
Leaders in Iran are promising a tough response if the U.S. abandons the nuclear deal. One lawmaker said a U.S. withdrawal could lead to "global chaos." Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran.

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