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Iran nuclear enrichment deal met with US scepticism MP3

The deal with Iran to halt its nuclear enrichment program in exchange for the loosening up of some sanctions has been greeted in the US with caution, scepticism, and outright criticism. President Barak Obama has asked Congress to hold off on imposing any further sanctions, but at least one senior Democrat has indicated he'll ignore the president's pleas. Source: abc.net.au

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