Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a joint session of Congress in March 2015 that a deal would “all but guarantee” that Iran would get nuclear weapons, but the agreement seems to be working so far.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a joint session of Congress in March 2015 that a deal would “all but guarantee” that Iran would get nuclear weapons, but the agreement seems to be working so far. Andrew Harnik Associated Press
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a joint session of Congress in March 2015 that a deal would “all but guarantee” that Iran would get nuclear weapons, but the agreement seems to be working so far. Andrew Harnik Associated Press

So far, so good for Iran nuclear deal

July 14, 2016 02:15 PM

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