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The story: Israel insists it will be free to act against the Iranian nuclear program regardless of whether the 2015 Iran nuclear deal will be revived. In reaction, Tehran has said it expects nothing but "terrorism" from Israel, accusing it of trying to derail diplomatic efforts. The escalating war of words comes as Britain, France and Germany say Iran's latest demands risk jeopardizing efforts to restore the nuclear accord.
The coverage: The director of the Mossad spy agency said on Sept. 12 that even the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal—formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)—will not stop Israel from sabotaging Iran's nuclear program...
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