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‘Contradicts international law’: Politicians speak out against new US sanctions

‘Contradicts international law’: Politicians speak out against new US sanctions
While the US House of Representatives was near-unanimous in voting for a new sanctions package against Russia, Iran and North Korea on Tuesday, parts of the bill received a hostile response not only from America’s adversaries, but also its allies.

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