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Israel buoyed by Trump tack against Iran atom deal but sees long way to go

Reuters India Friday, 13 October 2017
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel was upbeat about U.S. President Donald Trump's anticipated announcement on Friday of major steps against the international nuclear deal with Iran, but voiced doubt that the tougher tack by Washington could turn around Tehran.
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