Aug 20, 2015

Israel Demands to Know All Details of Secret Agreement Between Iran and U.N. Agency | TheBlaze.com

Israel demanded Thursday that all parts of a secret agreement between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency be made public. Israeli officials issued the call through major Israeli news publications, one day after the Associated Press reported on a side deal that would allow Iran to use...

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