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US Secretary Of State defends Iran nuclear deal

John Kerry came under intense questioning as he met with senators in Washington over the Iran nuclear deal.

US Secretary Of State defends Iran nuclear deal
US Secretary Of State John Kerry discusses the recent nuclear deal with Iran at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, during which warns of the negative effects of a US congressional rejection. (Getty Images)
US Secretary Of State defends Iran nuclear deal
John Kerry believes that if the US Congress does not support the Iranian nuclear deal, it will undermine President Barack Obama’s ability to act throughout the world. (Getty Images)
US Secretary Of State defends Iran nuclear deal
“We’re gaining a safety and security, I believe, for Israel and the region that no alternative presents,” Kerry says at the Council on Foreign Relations. (Getty Images)
US Secretary Of State defends Iran nuclear deal
US Secretary Of State John Kerry discusses the recent nuclear deal with Iran at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, during which warns of the negative effects of a US congressional rejection. (Getty Images)
US Secretary Of State defends Iran nuclear deal
John Kerry believes that if the US Congress does not support the Iranian nuclear deal, it will undermine President Barack Obama’s ability to act throughout the world. (Getty Images)
US Secretary Of State defends Iran nuclear deal
“We’re gaining a safety and security, I believe, for Israel and the region that no alternative presents,” Kerry says at the Council on Foreign Relations. (Getty Images)