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.
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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)
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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)
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“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)
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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)
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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)
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“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)