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STOCKHOLM (AP) — The European Union on Thursday was considering Britain's request to pull the bloc's ambassadors from Iran, an extraordinary move that would send a powerful signal of EU unity in the wake of Tehran's postelection crackdown.
It is a delicate balancing act for the 27-member EU: Punishing the regime too harshly for the detention of British embassy staff in Tehran also risks spoiling chances to make headway on the critical issue of Iran's disputed nuclear program