Middle East

Netanyahu Urges Hard-line Stance in Iran Nuclear Talksi
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Scott Bobb
November 19, 2013 6:17 AM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to press world powers to adopt a tougher position on Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program as they prepare to meet with Iran for a third time in Geneva. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from Jerusalem.

Netanyahu Urges Hard-line Stance in Iran Nuclear Talks

Scott Bobb

Published November 19, 2013

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to press world powers to adopt a tougher position on Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program as they prepare to meet with Iran for a third time in Geneva. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from Jerusalem.


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