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Netanyahu defiant in face of isolation after Iran deal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a statement in his office in Jerusalem on July 14, 2015, after world powers reached a historic nuclear deal with IranIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suffered a major defeat in failing to stop a nuclear deal with Iran but he remains as defiant as ever even at the risk of further isolation. While the world’s major powers welcomed the deal finalised with Iran on Tuesday as a historic moment capable of setting relations with the Islamic republic on a new path, Netanyahu harshly condemned it. Netanyahu argues that the deal will not block Iran’s path to nuclear weapons that could be used to target the Jewish state and says the lifting of sanctions will allow it to further support proxy militants in the Middle East.

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