Aug 15, 2018

Obama admin admits: No ‘significant’ change in Iranian behavior since nuke deal

Almost one year after the international nuclear deal was announced last July, Brett McGurk, President Obama’s special envoy in the fight against the Islamic State, said Tuesday there has been no “significant” change in Iran’s behavior in Syria under the international nuclear deal.Mr. McGurk said Tehran remains a strong political and military supporter of Bashar Assad, whom U.S. officials insist...

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