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April 18, 2015 9:34 pm

Iran Could Receive $50 billion in Sanctions Relief Upon Signing Nuclear Deal

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President Barack Obama suggested on Friday that Iran could receive significant economic relief immediately after concluding a deal to curb its nuclear program, a gesture towards one of Tehran’s key demands.

Mr. Obama said such a move would depend on the final accord allowing international sanctions to be quickly re-imposed if Tehran violated the agreement it is now negotiating with global powers. The administration has said the U.S. prefers sanctions would be lifted in phases as Iran meets certain requirements.

Read full story at the Wall Street Journal.

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  • Mickey Oberman

    Yet another fatal surrender by Obama.

  • Barack Obama, President of Iran? Freudian slip?
    http://www.madisdead.blogspot.co.il/2015/04/barack-obama-president-of-iran.html

    This is completely insane. Obama’s foreign policy has run amok. Congress should impeach President Obama on Iran now!

    The time for half measures is over. The Congressional oversight bill on Iran deal that the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the other day and which will be passed by the Senate is too little too late. Obama’s foreign policy has become a clear and present to the US and the rest the world and should be stopped by Congress by impeaching the President.

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  • 10

    LOOK UP THE NEWS 5 YEARS AGO AND THAT IS THE REAL REASON ANOTHER COUNTRY GOT IT INSTEAD AND IN THAT PARTICULAR COUNTRY THEIR ARE MANY PEOPLE EVEN LEADERS WHO DO NOT WANT TO BE INVOLVED ONLY A SELECTION.

    • Mickey Oberman

      Huh?

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