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Netanyahu assails Iran-nuclear talks in speech

In a speech that stirred political intrigue in two countries, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Congress that negotiations underway between Iran and the United States would "all but guarantee"' that Tehran will get nuclear weapons, a step that the world must avoid at all costs.

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