Israel’s Netanyahu says will not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons

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Prime Minister Benjamin #Netanyahu said on Monday that #Iran has never given up efforts to obtain #nuclear weapons and that Israel will never allow Tehran to build them. FRANCE 24’s Irris Makler tells us more.

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