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Iran Wants to Keep Enriched Uranium; U.S. Expected to Defend

Iranian negotiators in Lausanne, Switzerland have pulled what observers are calling a "bait-and-switch" by reneging on an earlier agreement to export their country's existing stockpile of highly enriched uranium. The New York Times calls the shift a "surprise" move on a "critical element" of the nuclear deal, but adds that "the Obama administration is expected to argue that it would not constitute a serious risk" to the deal if the stockpile is inspected by international monitors.
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Royce to Stephanopoulos: Bombing Iran Might Be Only Option

With news of a "provisional" nuclear agreement reached in Switzerland between Iran and the P5+1 powers this weekend, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA) appeared on ABC News' This Week on Sunday where he said the failure of the Obama Administration to negotiate a reasonable deal with the Iranian regime has been a direct factor in raising the likelihood that the United States will need to use military force against Iran.
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AFP: Iran Deal Reached in Switzerland

The news agency Agence France-Presse reports from Lausanne, Switzerland that Iran and the P5+1 powers (the five UN Security Council permanent members, plus Germany) have reached "provisional agreement" on the terms of nuclear deal.
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Iran Wants Sanctions Relief up Front Before Deal

The Iranian regime apparently believes it can extract additional concessions from world powers as the deadline for a March 31 deal approaches, according to a report by Bloomberg News from Lausanne, Switzerland. Iran wants UN sanctions to be lifted up front--not kept in place for several years while international monitors measure Iranian compliance, as the U.S. and other powers (Russia, China, France, the United Kingdom, and Germany) have said was a non-negotiable provision.

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