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Some US Lawmakers wary of Iran nuclear deal

WASHINGTON (VOANEWS.COM) — As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Western envoys meet with Iran's foreign minister, part of a renewed push to get Iran to agree to a deal on its nuclear program, lawmakers in Washington are watching closely.

Putin visits Tehran August 12

The Russian daily Kommersant reports from a Russian foreign ministry source that President Vladimir Putin will have his first trip to Tehran since 2007 on August 12 to discuss restarting the P5+1 nuclear talks on Iran’s nuclear program. The visit is scheduled for nine days after Hassan Rowhani formally takes office on Aug. 3.  Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said: "I cannot so far confirm this".

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