Cameron Joins Obama in Trying to Head Off New Iran Sanctions

British Prime Minister David Cameron and President Barack Obama speak at the White House, Jan. 16. 2015

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U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, stepping into a U.S. domestic debate to back President Barack Obama, said imposing new sanctions on Iran now would unravel negotiations to keep the Islamic Republic from building a nuclear weapon.

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