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Israel: Pressure on Iran Must Continuei
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October 01, 2013 10:59 PM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is again sounding the alarm over Iran's nuclear program, telling the United Nations that despite a new president, Iran still cannot be trusted. He also warned that Israel is prepared to "stand alone" to stop Tehran from getting nuclear weapons. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports on what it may mean for coming nuclear talks between Iran and world powers.

Israel: Pressure on Iran Must Continue

Published October 01, 2013

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is again sounding the alarm over Iran's nuclear program, telling the United Nations that despite a new president, Iran still cannot be trusted. He also warned that Israel is prepared to "stand alone" to stop Tehran from getting nuclear weapons. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports on what it may mean for coming nuclear talks between Iran and world powers.


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