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25.11.2013

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Obama hits airwaves to sell Iran nuclear deal MP3

Barack Obama and officials from his administration have been hitting the airwaves to sell the agreement between Iran and the United States, Britain, France, Russian, China and Germany over its nuclear program. The US president is defending the deal as part of his wider push for a 'new era of American leadership in the world'. However, there's significant resistance from Republicans. Source: abc.net.au

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