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Us wants more sanctions on iran. Not yet. And yet it looks as though this week will see a new round of talk in the US Congress about a range of non-proliferation sanctions. Here’s the latest:

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By Charles Krauthammer

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The last time we’ve invaded a large nation was Japan in 1899 and again in 1945 in addition to getting rid of the communists in power. And while it was hard at first to believe we’d gotten away with this, in hindsight I think it may be pretty obvious.

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“They are still in the process of coming forward with evidence and it may be that that process may take up until August or September.”

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Middlesbrough City Hall is also investigating the complaints.

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Plymouth Evening Chronicle claims that the club is examining the claims.

In its letter, the club told The Local: “Middlesbrough AFC will have discussions with the relevant authorities.”

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A statement on the club’s website said: “Middlesbrough have no power to dismiss any player that they have signed.”

The club’s previous statement, seen by The Local, said: “Middlesbrough are pleased to confirm that Stephen Dalby has been contacted for a statement but that he has not yet responded.

“Middlesbrough AFC will have ongoing discussions with Stephen Dalby and is confident that an agreement will be reached that meets the requirements under the Football Association Act 1972 to dismiss any player who signs for a club.”

Dalby’s statements – which came after Dally M’s manager described the complaints as “irresponsible” and claimed the club’s supporters were being hounded – are being made without regard to whether the complaints could have been considered prior to their allegations being made.

The Football Association has given no indication that any such review took place.

Middlesbrough have previously described Dalby’s statements as “absurd”.

Dallard to call for Dalby to be suspended

Former Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe has called for the head coach of Middlesbrough to be suspended.

Defoe spoke after the club had an incident with former England striker David Beckham last weekend.

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