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Obama says deal is chance for 'new direction' in Iran ties

US President Barack Obama said the Iran nuclear deal would help stop the spread of nuclear weapons in the Middle East, during an address to the nation from the East Room of the White House, on July 14, 2015US President Barack Obama lauded a landmark nuclear agreement with Iran as vindication of his diplomatic approach and a chance for a “new direction” in decades of vexed relations with Tehran. Obama said the deal — which would curb Iran’s nuclear program in return for substantial international sanctions relief — cut off “every pathway” to an Iranian atomic weapon. “Today, because America negotiated from a position of strength and principle, we have stopped the spread of nuclear weapons in this region,” he said in a White House address.

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