KL cuts off gasoline exports to Tehran

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Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak confirmed Thursday that his country has cut off gasoline supplies to Iran, warning Tehran it was close to facing new international sanctions over its controversial nuclear program.

Najib's announcement came three days after he held talks with US President Barack Obama, who had called for the world to move "boldly and quickly" on additional sanctions on the sidelines of a 47-nation nuclear security summit.

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