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Nuclear deal critics wooed, Iran leader urges caution

Washington and London sought Thursday to ease concerns over the Iran nuclear accord as the country’s supreme leader warned that major powers are not to be trusted over its implementation. As part of an international charm offensive, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who strongly opposes the landmark accord struck on Tuesday in Vienna between Iran and six powers including Washington. Hammond sought to reassure Israel during a visit to Jerusalem, saying “robust measures” were in place to ensure the success of the nuclear deal with its arch-foe Iran.

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