For years, international sanctions have shut Iran out of the global banking system. Now that the isolation is over, the country must find a way to integrate into the financial world.
An Iranian intelligence agency spied on German politician Reinhold Robbe for months. In an interview with DW, Robbe says he is convinced that the extent of Iranian espionage in Germany is greater than previously known.
This week marked the second anniversary of the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal, which loosened sanctions on Tehran in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program. Germany, Britain and France are among the signatories along with the US and Russia. But as Teri Schultz reports, US President Donald Trump has said he wants to kill the agreement that Europe says is working to keep the world safer.
President Donald Trump has again waived nuclear sanctions against Iran, but warned it will be the last time unless a stronger follow-up agreement is reached. Germany has said it will "remain committed" to the agreement.
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