Iran could within days breach part of its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, a move that could eventually culminate in the return of all international sanctions on the country. Diplomats said on Thursday Iran could soon exceed a cap on low-enriched uranium. The limit was agreed as part of the nuclear deal that lifted most international sanctions on Iran in return for curbs on its atomic activities. If any one of the European parties to the deal – Britain, France and Germany – believe Iran has violated the agreement, they can trigger a dispute resolution process that could, within as little as 65 days, end at the U.N. Security Council with a so-called snapback of U.N. sanctions on Iran. Russia and China are allies of Iran and unlikely to make such a move. “The more Iranians do things that potentially violate the accord, the less inclined […]