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US Officials Defend Iran Nuclear Talks Before Skeptical Lawmakersi
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February 04, 2014 11:03 PM
Tensions between lawmakers and the Obama administration surfaced at a U.S. Senate hearing Tuesday on the negotiations aimed at limiting Iran's nuclear program. VOA's Michael Bowman reports U.S. officials sought to assure a skeptical Senate Foreign Relations Committee that diplomacy can succeed, and that Iran will be amply punished if it fails.

US Officials Defend Iran Nuclear Talks Before Skeptical Lawmakers

Published February 04, 2014

Tensions between lawmakers and the Obama administration surfaced at a U.S. Senate hearing Tuesday on the negotiations aimed at limiting Iran's nuclear program. VOA's Michael Bowman reports U.S. officials sought to assure a skeptical Senate Foreign Relations Committee that diplomacy can succeed, and that Iran will be amply punished if it fails.


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