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Israeli premier's speech points up dispute with Obama on Iran
Israeli premier's speech points up dispute with Obama on Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress on Tuesday laid out, in the starkest terms yet, his differences with the Obama administration on how to deal with the threat of Iran's nuclear program. Netanyahu denounced the nuclear deal under negotiation, insisting that it would make it easier for Iran to build a weapon. "It doesn't block Iran's path to the bomb," he declared. "It paves Iran's path to the bomb." President Obama was just as blunt — but in the opposite direction. The deal under consideration would "cut off the different pathways" for Iran to get to a nuclear weapon, the president told reporters...

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