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Netanyahu speech: Iran negotiations aren’t derailed—yet

Nuclear negotiations with Tehran could still be disrupted

By Andrew Hammond  

What does Netanyahu's victory mean for Israel's arabs? © Susan Walsh/AP/Press Association Images

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the US Congress on Tuesday arguing that a potential forthcoming international deal with Iran would “inevitably lead to a nuclear war.” The speech, which was boycotted by multiple Democratic Party legislators and fiercely rebutted by the White House,…

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