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France says Iran's missile program must be put 'under surveillance'

PARIS (Reuters) - Iran's ballistic missile program must be placed under international surveillance, French President Emmanuel Macron said, in an bid to get tougher on Tehran while preserving the nuclear deal that Donald Trump has threatened to scrap.
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