Iranian nuclear talks start in Vienna. Six world powers seek verifiable proof that Iran's nuclear program is peaceful. Iran seeks an end to sanctions.
Iran's foreign minister has called on the US to act "like a normal state." And the country's president said US President Donald Trump would fail in his confrontations with Tehran.
Tehran blamed regional countries and their "US masters" for the attack on an annual military parade in the city of Ahvaz, but the UAE has denied involvement. A Sunni militant group claimed responsibility for the assault.
With US sanctions looming, European powers hoped to persuade Iran to remain in the 2015 agreement. The countries agreed to continue talks, although Iran's president has said European proposals aren't convincing enough.
The lawsuit comes after the US formed an action group to put additional diplomatic and economic pressure on Iran. The US reimposed the first wave of sanctions on Iran three weeks ago, with more to come in November.
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