Thursday August 27, 2015
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Iran nuclear deal doesn't rule out Israeli strike, Barak says

Hours ahead of a second round of nuclear talks between Iran and the West, Defense Minister Ehud Barak insists that the world "must not blink, concede or cave at the last minute" • U.S. voices skepticism regarding agreement between Iran and the IAEA, saying "we are waiting to see if Iran will really allow access to all the sites. This agreement is only one facet of what Iran must do."

Shlomo Cesana, Eli Leon, Yoni Hirsch, Gadi Golan, Gideon Allon, Lilach Shoval and The Associated Press

"The West is setting the bar too low," says Defense Minister Ehud Barak.
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IAEA chief Yukiya Amano explains the agreement between the agency and Iran to allow inspectors to probe Iranian sites suspected of nuclear activity.
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