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IRAN-NUCLEAR/TALKS-MIDEAST
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July 14, 2015
Iraq's Vice President Ayad Allawi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Baghdad July 14, 2015. Iran's...
Baghdad, Iraq
Iraq's Vice President Ayad Allawi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Baghdad
Iraq's Vice President Ayad Allawi speaks during an interview with Reuters in Baghdad July 14, 2015. Iran's historic nuclear deal may ease hostility with the West that has fueled Middle East tensions for decades, but it is unlikely to change the course of conflicts where Tehran and Washington are both awkward allies and enemies. Allawi, a secular Shi'ite allied with Sunni parties, gave a cautious welcome to the deal but said the talks should have included regional security as well. REUTERS/Khalid al-Mousily
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