Iran has said the proposal it presented to western powers in Geneva could signal a "breakthrough."
Iran's foreign minister says Iran's agreement to the nuclear deal depends on "full compliance from the US," following talks in Brussels. The talks took place ahead of the United States' sanctions decision due Friday.
The US president has threatened not to renew sanction waivers that make up a key part of the deal. Tehran says it will "not accept any change" to the internationally recognized agreement.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has sharply criticized the US for trying to dismantle the Iran nuclear deal. Washington is still using ultimatums and failing to recognize the emerging "multipolar world," he said.
The US Justice Department will investigate alleged drug trafficking by the Iran-backed Hezbollah group. The announcement follows reports that Obama officials had dropped the probe during talks for the Iran nuclear deal.
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