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Iran says military sites are off limits for nuclear inspections despite US pressure

TEHRAN, Iran _ As the Trump administration calls for stricter monitoring of the Iranian nuclear agreement, officials in Iran insist they are complying with its terms and will not allow international inspectors into military sites.

Iran, which agreed in 2015 to grant inspectors broad access to nuclear-related facilities in exchange for the removal of severe economic sanctions, accuses President Donald Trump of trying to sabotage what he has called the United States' "worst deal."

Trump has argued that Iran is violating the agreement struck under President Barack Obama, although he has offered no evidence to support his claim and his administration

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