2014-03-22T200910Z_1_CBREA2L1JZI00_RTROPTP_2_IRAN

Senators urge Obama to push for strict Iran nuclear curbs deal

Iran's national flags are seen on a square in TehranTwenty-three U.S. senators kept the spotlight on Iran nuclear negotiations on Saturday with a letter to President Barack Obama urging that he stand firm, after a second round of talks wound up in Vienna. The letter from Democratic senators and one independent, was identical to one sent to Obama earlier this week by the House of Representatives, asking that he insist on a final agreement in which Iran would not be able to build or buy a nuclear weapon. The House letter was signed by 395 of the 435 members of the chamber and was sent as Iran and six world powers met to persuade Iran to scale back its contested nuclear activities.

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