The allegations are forcing EU leaders to confront a dilemma they have tiptoed around: how to protect the nuclear accord while countering Iranian actions—a balancing act they have struggled to maintain since nuclear talks gained momentum in 2013. The deal has come under extra pressure since the Trump administration’s decision this spring to withdraw , a move the Europeans have blasted. On Wednesday, Danish diplomats briefed EU ambassadors on their claim that Iran’s intelligence services plotted to kill the leader of a separatist Arab group. Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif called the accusations “perverse.” Denmark, which has traditionally enjoyed solid ties with Iran, has recalled its ambassador for consultations. Danish diplomats called for action to punish Tehran, an appeal that won broad support at Wednesday’s meeting of EU ambassadors. At least eight countries supported Danish calls for action, with Britain and France among those also advocating sanctions. “Full solidarity […]