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Entrance of the UniCredit tower at the Porta Nuova business district in Milan. AP Photo: Luca Bruno

Three European banks that are part of Italy’s UniCredit group have agreed to pay $1.3 billion to resolve charges by federal and state finance regulators and prosecutors to end an investigation that found they had routed hundreds of millions of dollars involving sanctioned entities in Iran and elsewhere.

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