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IRAN-NUCLEAR/OBAMA
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August 05, 2015 
China's Ambassador Cui Tiankai (L-R), U.K. Ambassador Peter Westmacott and Russia's Ambassador Sergey... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Tiankai, Westmacott and Kislyak wait for Obama to take the stage to deliver remarks on a nuclear deal... 
China's Ambassador Cui Tiankai (L-R), U.K. Ambassador Peter Westmacott and Russia's Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, all representing P5+1 countries, wait for U.S. President Barack Obama to take the stage to deliver remarks on a nuclear deal with Iran at American University in Washington August 5, 2015. President Barack Obama defended the Iran nuclear deal on Wednesday against a furious lobbying effort by political opponents and Israel and said abandoning the agreement would open up the prospect of war. Obama called the agreement, involving the United States, Russia, China, Britain, France, Germany and Iran following unprecedented international sanctions was "the strongest non-proliferation agreement ever negotiated." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
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