U.S., Iran Edge Toward Nuclear Deal as Israel Warns It Cedes Too Much to Tehran

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Dov Lieber in Jerusalem and Laurence Norman in Berlin

As Washington and Tehran edge closer to restoring the nuclear deal, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Wednesday slammed the agreement being negotiated, saying it wouldn’t stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon and would hand Tehran a significant financial boon.

Talks toward a deal, which lifted most international sanctions on Iran in exchange for tight but temporary restrictions on its nuclear program, appeared close to collapse in recent months but U.S., Iranian and European officials say an agreement now looks possible.

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