US Senate Panel Approves Legislation on Nuclear Deal With Iran

April 15, 2015 12:28 AM
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A U.S. Senate panel has approved legislation that would give Congress a right to vote on a possible deal with Iran aimed at preventing Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon in exchange for sanctions relief. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted on the bill Tuesday after Democrats and Republicans reached a compromise on the measure. Zlatica Hoke reports.