Jul 16, 2015

US vows to defend Arab allies as it seeks Iran deal support

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration ramped up its campaign Thursday for support of the Iran nuclear deal at home and abroad, vowing to help defend Saudi Arabia and other allies from any surge in Iranian-backed unrest and lobbying skeptical members of Congress. After his first Cabinet-level meeting with a Mideast partner since Tuesday's accord, Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S...

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