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Obama hails 'historic understanding' with Iran

US President Bararck Obama gestures while making a statement at the White House in Washington, DC, on April 2, 2015 after a deal was reached on Iran's nuclear programUS President Barack Obama touted an “historic understanding” with Iran Thursday, telling critics it would prevent Tehran from building a nuclear weapon and ease one of the most pressing threats to national security. Obama sketched a regimen of “the most robust and intrusive inspections” ever negotiated, coupled with dramatic curbs on Iran’s ability to enrich uranium. Obama said he would call Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later Thursday and invited key Arab allies to a summit at the presidential retreat at Camp David this spring. In an unusual coinciding of interests, Israel and Saudi Arabia have both expressed fears that the deal could provide cover for Iran to seek a bomb.

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